In the high turnover segment of quick service, Domino’s Pizza franchisee Dave Melton hasn’t lost a store manager in six years. The average employee tenure is eight years. Melton, who opened his first Manhattan store in 1989 with his wife and partner, Angie, now has six units, including two in Connecticut. Employees who started out delivering pizza now make $60,000 to $80,000 a year as managers, overseeing stores that average $1 million in annual sales. Four of Dave and ...

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