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Author Yi-Chuan Cheng
Author's Email Address yi_chuancheng@yahoo.com.tw
Department Management Business Administration
Year 2004 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 119
Title THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG THE LOCUS OF CONTROL, CONTENTS OF FRANCHISE, AND THE WILL TO JOIN A FRANCHISE -- WITH A COMPANY AS AN EXAMPLE
Keyword
  • Locus of control
  • Franchise
  • Cleaning
  • Cleaning
  • Franchise
  • Locus of control
  • Abstract Due to changes of managerial concepts, some environmental cleaning has been assigned to professional cleaning industry by contract. Although private cleaning companies are budding, most of them are run in a traditional way. In overseas countries, there have been many successful examples integrating franchising into the cleaning business. However, few Taiwanese cleaning corporations adopt the mode of franchising, which will surely be an innovative mechanism for the future. It aids in locating appropriate franchisers and efficiently managing a franchising system of cleaning business if we can find elements cleaners might take into account when contacting the head office of chain stores, or if we can understand the effects personal qualities of cleaners have on perception of franchisers’ right and obligations.
      Issuing out questionnaires to employees from a foreign cleaning enterprise in Taiwan, this research probes into the relationship among workers’ demographics, internal-external control, the will to join a franchise, and the content of franchising contracts. The results are:
    1. Analysis of the relationship between employees’ demographics and the will to join a franchise: it is found that the will to join a franchise is associated with the length of staying in one firm, gender and position in the company. In other words, the will to join a franchise goes with a worker’s staying in one firm. The will to join a franchise goes with the gender of a worker. The will to join a franchise goes with a worker’s position in the company.
    2. Analysis of the relationship between employees’ demographics and franchising projects preferred: it is discovered that the preference isn’t influenced by the demographics of employees.
    3. Analysis of the relationship between employees’ demographics and acceptance of franchisers’ right and obligations: it is revealed that only one variable- the number of feeding mouths, among all demographics of employees, is related to the acceptance of franchisers’ right and obligations.
    4. Analysis of the relationship between employees’ demographics and  agreement with regulations of a franchising contract: it is disclosed that length of staying in one firm and marital status affect the agreement with regulations of a franchising contract. The longer one stays in one firm, the more likely he will agree with regulations of a franchising contract.
    5. Analysis of the relationship between internal-external control and the will to join a franchise: it is proved that the will to join a franchise is influenced by internal-external control. Namely, internal-external control influences the worker’s will to join a franchise.
    6. Analysis of the relationship between internal-external control and the franchising projects preferred: the results tell that internal-external control will not change the preference of franchising projects.
    7. Analysis of the relationship between internal-external control and the acceptance of franchisers’ right and obligation: the research illustrates that the internal-external control doesn’t have an impact on the acceptance of franchisers’ right and obligations.
    8. Analysis of the relationship between internal-external control and the agreement with regulations of a franchising contract: he research demonstrates that being an internal or external doesn’t matter in the agreement with regulations of a franchising contract.
    Advisor Committee
  • Ming-Chuan Pan - advisor
  • Files indicate in-campus access only
    Date of Defense 2005-01-29 Date of Submission 2005-03-14


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