Many cleaning contractors start their businesses by working with any facility or any company they can get. They know they must jump in somehow, so they
One of the problems many service providers have—whether they are in professional cleaning, carpet cleaning, landscaping, roofing, or a variety of other industries—is staff turnover.
In 2011, GE Aviation, a company that does business with major corporations all over the world, decided to review the contracts they ask their customers
Facility managers need to know about changes in office settings reflecting the ways buildings are now used today, designed, operated, and maintained.
Products often are introduced with little or no input from cleaning workers. But there are several reasons workers should be included before purchases are made
Many building managers and contract cleaners have just started getting accustomed to using cloud services. Well, cloud services are old news. Today, what managers and
Some custodial workers in a contract cleaning company can’t wait to be placed into a supervisory position so that they can begin training other workers on the fine art of effective, efficient, and proper cleaning. Let’s call these willing and wanting people SMEs, an acronym for subject matter experts.
Many Facility Managers believe that poor indoor air quality is a problem that has been addressed and corrected. That is not quite right
Although I rarely use the expression, many contractors in different industries have what they call a “bid-hit ratio”. Essentially, this involves comparing how many bids
The good thing about IoT for the cleaning industry, is that IoT can help improve cleaning effectiveness, increase worker productivity, and reduce costs.
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