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Articles Tagged with ''budget''

CM e-News Daily

Facility manager survey: Learning from other professionals

Phillip Lawless
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The survey responses helped create an educational tool for in-house facility managers.


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February 2014 Raising Standards

Don’t Let Finances Impact Cleaning Quality

While many organizations are feeling the squeeze, there are management strategies that can help.
Dave Frank
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Regardless of the strategy, cleaning managers must have the right data and expertise to manage their changing workload with the best results — a clean, healthy indoor environment.


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January 2014 Cover Story

Battling Budget Pressures

Training proves imperative when cleaning budgets plummet.
Phillip Lawless
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As the cleaning and maintenance industry enters a new year, it is faced with a number of intimidating market challenges.


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December 2013 Let's Talk Shop

Bigger Cleaning Budgets Can Lower Costs

In the health care market, inadequate cleaning and HAIs can increase spending by billions of dollars.
Kevin Keeler
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How could they invest so much in the medical center without recognizing the need for the highly qualified and well-trained environmental services workers required to clean it?


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Summer K-12 Cleaning Standards And Suggestions

Phillip Lawless
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CM e-News Daily

Custodians save jobs, lose pay

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The cost Vicksburg Community Schools custodians must pay for avoiding the district privatizing their jobs is a steep one.


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November 2012 Feature 2

Learn To Shine The Light When Necessary

With the extravagant cost of electricity, facilities need to rethink when and how they light rooms not constantly in use.
Amanda Martini-Hughes
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With the cost of electricity one of the biggest pieces of any facility's budget, and with economic times as in flux as they have been in recent years, it is important that facilities do everything they can to ensure they’re not flushing good money after bad.


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