In an industry where turnover rates can exceed 200 percent, the associated financial and organizational challenges are known all too well.
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.
The education niche of the cleaning industry is one that requires excellent customer service and the ability to work with people of all ages.
Based on an existing business model and guided by other franchise owners, new operations created in this system can gain a head start on existing operations and individual startups.
Each cleaning professional will leave this event with a CMI trainer certification to begin administering the CMI Custodial Technician Certification course.
Business owners need distance for perspective, and the best way to create that is by knowing how to delegate duties to employees.
Daily restroom upkeep