Sustainability is all about social, economic and eco innovation, but where will the capital for future enterprise innovation come from?
Anything that takes the focus off the customer can put fledgling businesses in harm’s way.
As cleaning professionals, one of the most difficult tasks we face is staffing our facilities, especially in a tough economy where every dollar counts.
It is no longer acceptable to consider making a change to products that have less of an impact on the environment — it is practically a requirement.
The task of searching for a job, especially one in the field the student has been studying for throughout the past two to four years, can seem like a job in and of itself. But one soon-to-be graduate is bypassing the arduous process of job searching and creating one of his very own.
Figuring out the proper response to employee training needs has been a challenge for facility managers and business service contractors (BSCs) for many decades.
Cleaning industries are particularly affected by the Affordable Heathcare Act because there must be enough employees to service and clean accounts — this makes many businesses responsible for providing their employees with full healthcare.
As cleaning’s importance and impact on health evolved, the professional JanSan industry elevated in status. With this attention and investment in interest now being paid to a once thought of mature industry — when thought of at all — a rejuvenation occurred.