(Continued from page 1) Though Wieczorek agreed that the litigious environment would make many restaurant brands wary of trying to share best practices with franchisees, he conceded that those operators would need lots of help complying with employment laws that look quite different depending on where their restaurants are located. In that case, he said, franchisees need to work closely with attorneys in their local markets. “A national franchisor is in no position to tell a ...

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