Thoughtful supervisors can help ensure the success of individual employees who speak English as a second language and teams by building bridges of understanding.Article
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Following industry standards helps your firm streamline processes, trim costs, build credibility, and earn customer loyalty, which ultimately boosts your bottom line.Article
Find the latest business outlook from fellow building service contractors (BSCs), broken down by business type, size, revenue, geographical location, and more.Article
Check out these six tips on how to start a cleaning business, with advice on everything from picking out your cleaning territory to getting your first customer.Article
One of the best ways to find a new supervisor or leader is to develop and promote an individual from within the ranks of your existing staff.
Contractors should adopt green and sustainability initiatives, products, and procedures to help ensure they reach their own financial goals and also secure their survival in the professional cleaning industry of the future.Article
The concept of “lean” is about eliminating waste from the workplace. Cleaning organizations can use lean principles to improve the workforce without eliminating employees.Article
Today’s facility managers are under constant pressure to defend the importance of a clean and safe environment, while cutting budgets to satisfy those looking only at their bottom line.
Implementing proper and effective cleaning can directly affect employee attendance and productivity, asset preservation, and customer satisfaction. Helping decision-makers change the way they view cleaning—not as a cost but as an investment—can go a long way to preserving budgets while improving the business.
Maintaining organizational clarity from senior management to the operative level is necessary to ensure consistent service delivery.Article
Cleaning convention centers, regardless of size, takes people, products, equipment, and planning.Article
Effective December 1, 2016, employers must be in compliance with the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) much anticipated Final Rule that substantially revises the federal overtime pay regulations.Article
Often we hear that cleaning solutions only amount to 5 or 10 percent of a cleaning contractor’s overhead. However, this 5 or 10 percent can really add up as a contract cleaning business grows.Article