While it may be convenient to blame our employees for not meeting our cleaning standards, more often than not, it’s due to a lack of proper training.
Managing cleaning operations, at its most basic, is providing the most services possible by using the resources that are available.
It’s that time of year again—the time when you’re tasked with creating a budget that will take your facility through the next several months, or even the next year.
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To successfully organize (or reorganize) a higher education custodial department, one must first answer the question: What is the purpose or mission of our custodial department?
Even in the age of smart homes and high-tech office buildings, cleaning remains a stable, if somewhat traditional, industry.
Overwork doesn’t just make Jack — and Jill — dull; it affects our health, our relationships and even our overall happiness. But there is a fine line between efficient effort and having your work life dominate everything else.
As a manager of cleaning operations, working for the same organization and seeing the same people every day, it’s easy to lose sight of the big picture.
Daily restroom upkeep