June 7, 2011 by staff
Rent-A-Grandma, An employment service in Los Angeles that specializes in providing older women to internal staff just needs to launch a national franchise program. Although the ink of the background papers is barely dry, Rent-A-grandmother, has already reached a tentative agreement with a Texas businessman to launch five franchises in the state of Texas.
The service provides carefully selected women 50 years and older for roles including child care, elder care, cleaning, cooking, asset management, pet care, jobs and other national staff. The advantage that older women bring extensive is your age / life experience, Todd Bliss, company founder and CEO, said BusinessNewsdaily.
“The 50 year old woman not text or tweet while watching their children,” said Bliss. “There is no substitute for experience.”
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Due to the large number of older women seeking employment or re-enter the workforce part-time, time or permanently, there is no shortage of eligible candidates, said Bliss.
“Finding the grandmothers is the easy part,” he said.
The company currently has 40 to 45 women working in the area of?? Los Angeles to work at rates ranging between 16 and 23 and one hour. Women pay the company a share of employment and / or a percentage of their pay per hour.
Before founding Rent-a-grandmother, Bliss had worked as a Hollywood studio teacher in teaching children in the entertainment industry in the area. The business idea came to him, in part, he said, to hear the conversation of the parents of his students complain about the difficulty of obtaining competent national aid.
Bliss, a transplanted Angeleno who grew up in suburban Long Island in New York, said he has received about 25 questions about franchising. The cost of a franchise, he said, is approximately + 23,000. “It’s less than the cost of buying most new cars,” said Bliss.
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