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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.
Dave Frank is the president of American Institute of Cleaning Sciences (AICS) and a frequent contributor to the magazine.
No matter how smart, experienced or dedicated, a manager must depend on his or her team to successfully meet the needs of each facility.
Some cleaning equipment actually provides a stream of savings through the end of its useful life.
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.
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.
Even in the age of smart homes and high-tech office buildings, cleaning remains a stable, if somewhat traditional, industry.
Business owners need distance for perspective, and the best way to create that is by knowing how to delegate duties to employees.
As for communications, the concept is that machines, workers and spaces are beginning to be connected via cell phones and wireless networks.
Running a business is about reaching and motivating each employee so that they care about contributing to your organization’s ultimate success.