May 7th, 2013
Your cleaning staff must know day to day that you are concerned for their well-being. A communication program that defines the rewards hard work in exchange for rewards and recognition are the best programs to put in place.
Example, a safety program that pays extra based on real results that are communicated throughout the organization will always be a system that not rewarded or communicated.
April 24th, 2013
Cleaning staff are unique when it comes to supervision. Due to a highly competitive marketplace in the janitorial field, supervision is typically one on one and supervision is typically not on site. Competent supervisors and managers need to practice consistent and progressive discipline. Those supervisors who do not perform to industry standards are typically capricious and harsh in their approach to discipline. Those supervisors can get short term results, however the end result is usually risk to the company and high turnover.
April 9th, 2013
With facility executives looking to save money by cutting carpet care frequencies, carpet encapsulation is a cost-effective cleaning method that is growing in popularity, http://www.cleanlink.com/cp/article/Carpet-Encapsulation-Keeps-BSCs-Profitable–15327