The Cleaning Industry Pulls Together Though Strategic Planning for the Future
Read the last article in a series detailing how the industry is working through a pandemic
Everyone is keeping a close eye on what the U.S. government is doing amid the coronavirus pandemic to help not only the general population, but businesses as well. ISSA’s director of government affairs, John Nothdurft, is working with federal entities and leaders to advance the call to action by the cleaning industry.
“We are supporting small business relief, making sure the cleaning supply chain goes uninterrupted and is deemed essential, and monitoring other roadblocks facing the industry such as tariffs and labor related issues,” he said.
Other industry leaders have been paying attention as well. Their No. 1 priority is to make sure people in the cleaning industry, many who are working on the front line during the pandemic, are taken care of. They are optimistic for the future and believe this current crisis will result in an elevated view of the value of cleaning and the crucial role all workers in the industry provide.
Learn about how cleaning industry leaders are looking ahead in An Industry Unites: Pulling Together Through Strategic Planning for the Future.