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Employee screening and vetting service provider iFacts provides human resources solutions to companies.

Owner Jenny Reid previously worked as an investigator.

Reid says companies can avoid massive losses by properly checking people before appointing them.

We found out in our investigations that companies do very little background checking.

Jenny Reid, owner of iFacts

Listen to the full conversation on John Maytham Show:

Business growth specialist Pavlo Phitidis gave the following advice:

  • Create a cultural profile of the franchisee – the personality and character best suited to iFacts' way of doing things
  • Have a good marketing strategy
  • Embellish opportunities of the franchise on the website and communicate the offer clearly
  • Simplify the service for the franchisees
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