Maintaining a well-trained, capable staff is a crucial part of providing consistent, high-quality commercial cleaning services—yet many organizations struggle to keep employees on board.
Cleaning is vital to public health, yet the role of the janitor (or custodian) is often perceived negatively—and not only by building occupants, but also by janitors themselves.
Too many organizations constantly react to complaints or service deficiencies as opposed to preparing and training the organization on systems discipline.
Eleven individuals from all parts of the country brought their experience and background to Cleaning Management Institute’s (CMI) Train the Trainer program in May.
The education niche of the cleaning industry is one that requires excellent customer service and the ability to work with people of all ages.
Everyone is looking for a magic bullet, and in many cases a magic number, that will allow them to get the job and turn a profit.
Each cleaning professional will leave this event with a CMI trainer certification to begin administering the CMI Custodial Technician Certification course.
To remain progressive, we must educate ourselves daily and keep up-to-date regarding all cleaning issues.
Are your workers the cause of the bleach spots in your workplace? Well, now you can be the hero.
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