Employer went from corporate to franchise. How should I list this on my resume- if at all?
I've been working at the same place for over 5 years now. We were franchised a year ago (we had been a corporate store previously). When entering this on my resume, do I even mention that the business is now a franchise, or should I just list the name of the store that I work for without mention of the ownership change?
Asked By: colmarie - 6/27/2010
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You don't need to speak to this on a resume. It is best to keep employment as straightforward as possible. Best of luck to you in your job search!
Answered By: Tandem Resumes - 6/30/2010
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I don't think you need to list this on the resume... More
Answered By: Smiling - 6/27/2010
It depends who you're showing your resume to. If you're applying for schools, or government jobs then make sure it's exactly correct. If you're looking for another corporate job then they really don't care. Once they say they'd like to hire you, pending a background check, then tell them about the nuance about the... More
Answered By: Steve - 7/1/2010
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