It’s worse, more qualified individuals are jobless also getting better opportunities, im working on certifications now because degrees don’t cut it anymore.They do what everyone else in the world has to do...look for another job. I also agree that that they need to start looking today and not wait until their benefits run out. It sucks, but you do what you gotta do until you find a job. It's also worse for them because their local market is now flooded with thousands of others who are on the same boat. Relocating to a bettrr job market may be a good option if they can swing it.
There’s some jobs that aren’t open 24/7 anymore, where you can still be part time employed and still get unemployment but that is running out super fast already, just curious how is everyone is managing to get by.First off, you don't wait until the benefits run out. You start scrambling on day one, taking anything available. Of course that's very difficult in a state like CA where so many things have been kept closed. But grocery stores, Wal-mart, Target and the like have continued to hire. You start driving for Uber. You become a personal shopper, that sort of thing. The good news is that it doesn't take that much to replace what Disney paid.
It can be scaled though. Chik has over 2,500 locations.
Why are you comparing them to other companies? That has nothing to do with the fact that they can scale. 2,000 stores means they can scale.Which is small compared to it's peers... Wendy's is 2x that, Burger King 3x, McDonalds more than 5x that... (all in the US). Subway is nearly 10x that.
CFA also has extremely tight controls over it's franchisees and locations. The company actually owns the location, and the locals are just 'operators'.
Point being... they do things very differently as part of their scheme to maintain their brand and customer experience. It's not just about 'follow what they are doing...' - the difference is engrained deeply in how they operate and maintain that control.
The one near me does as well. But they are making huge profits (billions with a b) so it doesn’t seem like their customers care about the dated style.
They get business, but that's about it. As far as social matters they are some of the worst.They make good food, have consistently good service and clean stores, and they have record setting per-store profits.
It’s so simple that you’d think other companies would figure out what works.
Outside of the fast food industry, you can add Hobby Lobby and Herschend Entertainment to the list of conservative owned, private companies that seem to get it.
Why are you comparing them to other companies? That has nothing to do with the fact that they can scale.
The one near me does as well. But they are bringing in billions in revenue (billions with a b) so it doesn’t seem like their customers care about the dated style.
Happy now? This game is getting old.Their revenues are estimated at 5 billion... I'm sure HL would love having 20-40% net profit margins but I'm pretty confident that's not the case
I good drug pusher cannot make even close to that. I think the numbers need to be re-evaluated. I'm sure the main company makes that much, but an individual store, nope, can't buy it. Chic-fil-A is company owned so over all profits are possible, but independant franchises , not a chance.Billions? How? Is it just markup/not much need for labor/product never goes bad?
I’m sorry, if I came acrosss that way that’s wrong of me and out of line.I guess you are in charge of classifying things for everyone else! Sorry, I didn't know that!
I'm neither political (normally) or religious (ever) but I do know right from wrong and that is a social problem. Call it what you want, it doesn't change anything. Can we stop this endless banter now, please.I’m sorry, if I came acrosss that way that’s wrong of me and out of line.
What you said, I don’t agree with. But it goes into political / religious views that are not appropriate for this part of the forum.
Right, I’m looking at the whole industry. They are #19 on a list of the top 32.And what is scale in that industry? Let's look at the competitors...
I loathe the "I'm not political" song and dance. We're all political, especially those who say they aren't... or (normally) are. And children listen, and either follow in kind or rebel or pretend to rebel and settle back into their parent's beliefs.I'm neither political (normally) or religious (ever) but I do know right from wrong and that is a social problem. Call it what you want, it doesn't change anything. Can we stop this endless banter now, please.
Its a really good burgerSince we're already off-topic...
I've noticed that In-and-Out Burger seems to have a more devoted fan base than I would expect for a burger and fries joint. They're not in my area of the country, so I can't just go out and try it. But I will visit California again some day. Convince me why I should stop there, especially for someone who really tries to avoid fast food whenever possible.
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