DOL document gives specific examples of when a cleaning company should classify its workers as employees.
My CEO “aha” moment: If you think like a cleaning tech, you’ll always be in the way of your own business growth.
If your staff likes to have fun, you don't want to miss this video challenge from ISSA. Deadline August 31.
Each time a worker leaves, it can cost a contractor $1,000 in recruiting, orientation, and basic training costs to bring in a replacement
If your staff make less than $1000/week, you'll now have to pay them overtime - even salaried employees.
An investment in hiring strong employees, training and coaching them into skilled technicians and customer service agents, and continuously engaging them through the goals of your company is essential for business growth.
Despite the promise of financial savings with independent contractors, the majority of cleaning companies classify their technicians as employees to build and protect their brand reputation.
For a first foray into technology-supported automation, these common processes in a cleaning business are a great place to start.
IICRCA Offers Scholarship to North American IICRC Certified Firms
Due to climate change...storms will become "more intense and more frequent" in other parts of the U.S.