TES Franchise

Home-Based Gives New Freedom

A home-based franchise provides the best of both worlds for harried corporate workers. It allows you to chart a new course for your future and achieve the work-life balance and flexibility you crave.

As offices reopen and people return to work in person, many American workers are reluctant to resume their daily commutes. At the height of the pandemic, one-third of Americans worked remotely, as offices shuttered to help flatten the curve, the National Council on Compensation Insurance reported. Prior to the outbreak of COVID-19, only six percent of American workers held primarily remote positions. Navigating the pandemic forced many people to juggle a lot of balls.

Keeping up with work, remote schooling, and childcare responsibilities was an uphill battle, but having a home office helped ease the burden. A recent survey of 2,118 remote workers revealed that 97% of workers would recommend remote work to others, according to Buffer, a social media management platform.

Many corporations are relaxing paid time off restrictions or offering hybrid scheduling to help workers retain flexibility.  A tight labor market is giving many corporate employees the upper hand and returning to the office is forcing people to make tough choices about their corporate jobs.

The Entrepreneur’s Source®, the nation’s leading career coaching franchise, helps people at a crossroads in their careers. If you are feeling battered and bruised by your corporate career, our coaches help people discover their Career 2.0®. Our career ownership coaches guide people as they discover a new future. TES uses education-based coaching tools to help people achieve financial freedom and self-sufficiency. Our clients determine if people want to take a corporate role, strike out on their own with a new business, or pursue entrepreneurship through franchising.

Franchising Helps Small Businesses Thrive

Small businesses are the backbone of the American economy. As many as 81% of small businesses do not have employees. Franchisees are local business owners committed to helping their communities flourish.

Typically, when people think of franchising, they picture a fast-food restaurant or a rental car company. There are countless opportunities — for a wide variety of budgets — in fields like home services, tutoring, senior care, and tax preparation. Almost 300 industries offer franchise opportunities, according to the U.S. Census. Franchising allows people to invest in a business with a proven track record and brand recognition. As a franchisee, they get the tools and processes to follow to generate a profit.

Franchising offers numerous low-investment opportunities and financing options to make them attainable. Many low-investment opportunities cut costs by removing a brick-and-mortar storefront from the equation. Their business model allows people to operate home-based or completely virtual businesses. Franchisees can make their own schedules and get the flexibility they need to successfully navigate their responsibilities on the home front.

TES Coaches Work from Home

TES is an example of a successful virtual franchise. For nearly 40 years, we’ve provided people with the answers and opportunities they need to improve their lives and take charge of their future. A Career Ownership Coach™ with TES conducts first-class career coaching from the comfort of a home office. Our coaches set their own hours and work at their own pace. TES is a low-investment franchise, and coaches earn an average income of $111,000 per year.

Recognizing its strong track record of helping people find their Career 2.0®, TES was listed #1 in the business coaching and career category and a top 500 franchise in Entrepreneur’s magazine’s Franchise 500®, the world’s most comprehensive franchise ranking, this year. The company also has received accolades as a top franchisor for veterans and got high marks as a home-based franchise.

Discover If Entrepreneurship is Right for You

If you are ready to achieve the American dream by operating a home-based business, contact a Career Ownership Coach™ to learn more about entrepreneurship. For more information about TES, visit www.entrepreneurssource.com, or check out our guide book, “Your Career 2.0® A Survival Guide for the Battered Career and Investor Syndrome®.”

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