Who are the most important people in your cleaning organization?
Regardless of the size of your business or geographic location, the hospitality industry is a large and growing market for building service contractors.
The task of eradicating norovirus from the Washoe County School District in Reno, NV, was both labor and budget intensive.
The cleaning staff at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN, is often unseen and unheard, but they’re responsible for maintaining the college’s beauty, health, and safety.
Safety is an important topic for any organization; minimizing risks to staff and those we service is always a high priority.
In an industry where turnover rates can exceed 200 percent, the associated financial and organizational challenges are known all too well.
Computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) can help departments manage a broad array of responsibilities, and some can be adapted for use in multiple buildings.
Cleaning up after more than 5 million people, caring for more than 2 million square feet of surfaces and washing more than 30,000 linens each and every day.
Daily restroom upkeep