Amanda Martini-Hughes is the assistant editor of Cleaning & Maintenance Management magazine. A graduate from Siena College, she can be reached at AMartini-Hughes@EBSCO.com. Since joining the publication, Martini-Hughes has worked on numerous industry articles and is responsible for populating the industry's only daily electronic newsletter, CM e-News Daily. Chat online: Facebook.com/CMMOnline and Twitter.com/CMeNewsDaily.
As Cleaning & Maintenance Management celebrates its 50th anniversary, we thought we would take a look back at the influential people who have helped shape our magazine and industry.
As the seasons change from summer to fall, and with winter now in full swing, something else is knocking down the door of offices, schools and businesses everywhere: Cold and flu season.
They’re one of the awe-inspiring parts of any major city: Skyscrapers and other large buildings that see people going in and out at all hours of the day.
In order to highlight the hard work of these front-line employees, the Association for the Healthcare Environment (AHE), the American Hospital Association (AHA) and Kimberly-Clark formed the Heart of Healthcare Campaign.
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.
There are numerous ways that this dream or ideal can be accomplished, and it’s very likely that no two people will agree on exactly what the American dream is. That is part of its appeal; the dream is different to everyone.
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.
By discussing the type of content that should be shared on various social media platforms, along with posting frequencies and commonly committed faux pas, companies can be armed with the tools they need to become social media mavens.
Traditionally healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are becoming community-acquired and have found their way into other public spaces, presenting challenges to cleaning professionals regardless of where they work.