Management And Training
While most firms in our industry have always faced competitive markets, the downward pressure on prices seems to be accelerating and, for many, is becoming a way of life.
Anything that takes the focus off the customer can put fledgling businesses in harm’s way.
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.
A class of cleaning professionals from across the United States was welcomed to the event led by Master Trainers Marion Ivey and Bill McGarvey.
In its simplest form, bartering involves an equal trade; one business swaps a good or service for another.
A comprehensive custodial training program brings measurable benefits to both your organization and its cleaning staff.
When it comes to smaller commercial facilities such as offices, building service contractors (BSCs) and facility managers (FMs) typically can estimate their cleaning needs, the amount of time it should take, how many workers will be needed, and with this information, an idea of how much the work will cost.
While training students with special needs for jobs in the cleaning industry took a little longer and required more effort, what they brought to the workplace made that time both productive and worthwhile.
Scheduling cleaning tasks and labor load at the right time for the building and its occupants results in cleaner buildings, optimized cleaning performance and healthier building occupants.