You had a great job, married and then had a baby or two. You wanted to keep your job and also stay home to raise your child/children and although there were some flex hours with your job, it did not cover the preschool graduation, the flu, teething, throwing up, tooth fairy that could not find the tooth, or just a bad night of nightmares etc, etc, etc.
You want to work in a Mom friendly environment. What is the answer?
Purchase a franchise.
Look for a franchise that allows you flex time to pick up your kids from preschool and time to see the kindergarten play.
Of course, I recommend Baby Power Forever Kids.
You, after the initial training of yourself and your instructors, can actually run the business from home via zoom on your computer if you are unable to get to the location. Your trained instructors can “take your place” if a family situation arises.
The Baby Power Forever Kids Franchise Opportunity is designed to attract women who have great people skills and enjoy children. Give us a call at 908-507-3857 or Contact Us.
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