Friday, May 22, 2015
"IHOP Owner Says Obamacare a Factor to Sell 16 Restaurants"
Granted, there are some positives among the negatives, however, the slowdown effect on the economy and job market seems to outweigh everything else...
On the Daily Signal website, Robert Bluey recently used an IHOP owner's experiences to describe those effects:
"The International Franchise Association, which advocates on behalf of franchises in Washington, D.C., has argued the law is negatively impacting economic growth across America. 'Rather than helping existing and aspiring franchise owners expand by adding jobs, locations and more hours for their employees who need them most,' said spokesman Matthew Haller, 'the law’s arbitrary definition of ‘large employer’ and ‘full-time work week’ have contributed to the steady increase in part-time employment in America and have been a drag on new franchise business formation.'"