Independent Research Identified Senior Care Authority® as One of the Top 100 Franchise Brands with the Best Culture Based on Surveys of Over 30,000 Franchise Owners
Petaluma, Calif., August 9, 2022 – Senior Care Authority® was recently named to Franchise Business Review’s third annual “Culture100” list. The list recognizes the top 100 franchise brands in a 2022 report on the Best Franchise Cultures.
Senior Care Authority® was founded in 2009 and currently serves 75 locations in 28 states. The network consists of professionally trained and experienced local advisors who assist families with the overwhelming challenges associated with selecting the best options in assisted living, memory care, nursing care, and navigating through a complex healthcare system.
Franchise Business Review, a franchise market research firm that performs independent surveys of franchisee satisfaction, provides the only rankings of franchises based solely on actual franchisee satisfaction and performance. Franchise Business Review publishes its rankings of top franchises in its annual Guide to Today’s Top Franchises, as well as in special interest reports throughout the year that identify the top franchises in specific sectors.
Senior Care Authority was among more than 300 franchise brands, representing more than 30,000 franchise owners, that participated in Franchise Business Review’s research on the best franchise cultures. Franchisees were surveyed on 33 benchmark questions about their experience and satisfaction regarding critical areas of their franchise systems. The brands that were selected received the highest overall ratings based on 12 questions that looked at perception of brand vision, team culture, honesty and integrity, and overall support. “In an industry with many great people, I believe Senior Care Authority stands out as having the most consistently positive culture,” remarked John Alagood, Senior Care Authority Franchise Owner in Dallas, Texas.
“Every franchise organization has a different culture and vibe. Some franchises are more serious and formal, while others are more relaxed and casual,” said Michelle Rowan, president & COO of Franchise Business Review. “A franchise company’s culture – and your potential fit into that culture – should guide your franchise investment decision. Looking at data on how current franchisees rate a brand’s culture will tell you how well the franchise leadership team is executing on the vision of the brand, and how well the community of support staff and franchisees work together to achieve their business objectives. The best place to start is with the brands on this year’s Culture100 list. All of them had an FBR “Culture Score” of 80+ on a 100-point satisfaction scale, putting them in the top quartile of franchises when it comes to culture.”
Visit FranchiseBusinessReview.com to see the full list of the 2023 Best Franchise Cultures.