Unless quality control efforts are understood and integrated across all stakeholder groups, the outcome will more often than not lead to frustration at all levels.
One of the greatest challenges for building service contractors (BSCs) during the next decade will be attracting and retaining quality employees and maintaining a stable workforce.
Some custodial workers in a contract cleaning company can’t wait to land a supervisory position so they can begin training other workers on the fine art of effective, efficient, and proper cleaning.
For those business owners trying to expand their company footprint, it’s important for them to know how, and when, to invest in their companies.
This year’s ISSA/INTERCLEAN® North America trade show and ISSA Convention Seminars in Las Vegas, NV, offered nearly 50 education sessions for professionals in the commercial cleaning and facilities management industries.
In the commercial cleaning and facilities management industries, higher-paying jobs may involve specialty services that require more training, higher risks, and a limited number of competitors.
Cleaning Management Institute (CMI) trainers emphasize how lack of training can hurt a business.
In early June, my partner and I traveled into the future of the cleaning industry, and what we saw was good—very good.
Daily restroom upkeep