Management And Training
Figuring out the proper response to employee training needs has been a challenge for facility managers and business service contractors (BSCs) for many decades.
The new professionalism that has come to define the industry over the last few years requires different skill sets and has attracted new faces. More opportunities mean more executives crossing over from other industries, an increase in women at senior levels and a more diversified workforce in general.
Healthcare organizations have a new reason to be concerned about how their patients perceive the cleanliness of hospitals and patient rooms.
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.
Developing a consistent training program is one of the most effective ways to properly motivate employees and ensure proper techniques in the field.
AGM batteries are becoming common in the JanSan industry today, but they were used in military aircraft, telecommunications systems, traffic signals and other devices beginning in the mid-1980s.
On May 21, 23 of the school districts' custodial staff completed aCleaning Management Institute (CMI) training program initiated four years ago.