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December 11, 2018 Natalia Gove

Best Practice Tips for I-9 Compliance

To avoid violations in the case of an I-9 audit, establish a proper corporate compliance policy by following these tips.

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UCSC Seeking Custodial Manager
December 12, 2018

UCSC Seeking Custodial Manager

UCSC, which strives to embrace diversity in all its forms, is seeking a custodial manager in its Physical Planning Development & Operations department.

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December 11, 2018 Natalia Gove

I-9 Compliance

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has cracked down on businesses, increasing audits and raids to ensure workforce compliance. Is your company prepared?

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November 26, 2018 Tim Conn

Bidding a Medical Facility

Medical facilities vary in their specific needs. Consider training resources, cleaning products, and required equipment when making a bid.

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Production Rates and Costs for K–12
March 3, 2017 William R. Griffin

Production Rates and Costs for K–12

As with other types of cleaning, consider your staff, process, equipment, and budget when bidding on a school district.

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Aligning With Your Customer
February 7, 2017 Judy Gillies

Aligning With Your Customer

Today’s facility managers spend more time putting out fires than planning strategies for keeping their facilities clean.

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From Complainer to Flag Waver
January 31, 2017 Ron Segura

From Complainer to Flag Waver

In most cases, even a challenging customer can be turned into a flag waver—someone who really applauds your service—with a little time and care.

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Bidding Stadiums and Sports Venues
January 30, 2017 William R. Griffin

Bidding Stadiums and Sports Venues

Facility sizes and attendance levels will affect the amount of cleaning staff you need.

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Bed Bugs, Rodents & Angry Parents Infest Washington, D.C. School
January 7, 2017 CMM Staff

Bed Bugs, Rodents & Angry Parents Infest Washington, D.C. School

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Looking to the Future; Learning From the Past
January 3, 2017 Kevin Keeler

Looking to the Future; Learning From the Past

Running an effective operation has always come down to the basics: planning, training, and the utilization of the most effective cleaning techniques.

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Want a Guaranteed Profit Increase?
December 30, 2016 Cliff Beiser

Want a Guaranteed Profit Increase?

Wrangle up more money in your budget by properly maintaining a building’s assets. Here's an example of how to do that with carpet.

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The Business Transition
December 27, 2016 Ron Segura

The Business Transition

Most successful and profitable business owners eventually reach the point where they believe it is in their best interest to step down.

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Reducing Costs with Technology
December 26, 2016 William R. Griffin

Reducing Costs with Technology

Before buying a piece of equipment, use in it on site for several weeks to make sure that it will really reduce your costs.

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Dealing With Salt During Harsh Winters
December 10, 2016 Joel Craddock

Dealing With Salt During Harsh Winters

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Coaching vs. Mentoring
December 9, 2016 Brant Insero

Coaching vs. Mentoring

Two often forgotten titles—coach and mentor—aren’t official titles within a company’s organizational chart, but they are important to the growth of an organization as they directly affect the future of the employees.

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Tackling the Condo and Apartment Market
December 2, 2016 William R. Griffin

Tackling the Condo and Apartment Market

This market has many sub-segments of service and specialization, such as turnover cleaning of vacant units, regular cleaning of common areas,cleanup of post-construction and remodeling, and removal of pet stains and odors.

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