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August 2014 Bidding & Estimating

Dreaming Your Way To Profit

Lessons shared in a book may prove valuable to contract businesses.
William R. Griffin
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Everyone is looking for a magic bullet, and in many cases a magic number, that will allow them to get the job and turn a profit.


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August 2014 Anniversary

A Look Back With Dave Frank

How Cleaning & Maintenance Management has aided an industry in evolution.
Amanda Martini-Hughes
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Dave Frank is the president of American Institute of Cleaning Sciences (AICS) and a frequent contributor to the magazine.


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August 2014 Cover Feature

Attract The Best Employees

Steps for finding, hiring and keeping dependable employees.
Phillip Lawless, Editor
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No matter how smart, experienced or dedicated, a manager must depend on his or her team to successfully meet the needs of each facility.


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August 2014 Raising Standards

The Right Data To Unlock Equipment ROI

Calculations to help operators get the most value out of their machines.
Jim Peduto Esq.
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Some cleaning equipment actually provides a stream of savings through the end of its useful life.


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August 2014 A Clean Sweep

Keeping The McWane Science Center Clean

How environmental services keeps this unique facility safe for visitors, staff and aquatic animals.
Phillip Lawless, Editor
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The environmental services team regularly performs an array of cleaning activity: From cleaning up after special events and IMAX showings to vacuuming out the store and maintaining food court floors and trash cans.


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July 2014 Cleanthoughts

Making Tech A Theme

Phillip Lawless, Editor
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A popular TV character in the 1980s frequently quipped, “I love it when a plan comes together.” And, as this month’s issue of Cleaning & Maintenance Management was developed and finalized, it seemed this quote was fitting.


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July 2014 Cover Feature

Navigating New Technology

Charting the most beneficial turns in today’s cleaning market.
Phillip Lawless, Editor
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Even in the age of smart homes and high-tech office buildings, cleaning remains a stable, if somewhat traditional, industry.


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Improve Results With A Hands-off Approach

A little distance will let an owner see the big picture, test ideas.
Ginny Grimsley
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Business owners need distance for perspective, and the best way to create that is by knowing how to delegate duties to employees.


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June 2014 Bidding & Estimating

Technology Steals The Show

Emerging trends and themes from ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam.
William R. Griffin
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As for communications, the concept is that machines, workers and spaces are beginning to be connected via cell phones and wireless networks.


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Phrases To Increase Staff Engagement, part 2

Connecting with employees to boost morale and motivation.
Dottie DeHart
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Running a business is about reaching and motivating each employee so that they care about contributing to your organization’s ultimate success.


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