The cost of supplies is more than the sticker price; consider the image of you they create for your customers and employees.
You know cleaning is a serious business when April Fool’s pranks like these keep us laughing for years.
Gamify your company goals, have fun at work and watch your staff engage and succeed.
Businesses grow when owners invest in their leadership education. Budget, schedule, and plan for growth.
Three internal leaders/managers talk candidly to owners about being the “middle child” in the cleaning industry.
Key questions that demand a “Yes” before you’re ready to hire staff.
Knowing – or sometimes remembering – what motivates you to succeed can keep you on track toward achieving the goals you’ve set for yourself and your business.
As a new company, you may be tempted to take every single job that comes along, but there are a lot of good reasons to choose the “right” customers rather than just saying yes to everyone who comes along.
Four business owners – four different holiday tipping systems. Tipping policy can become a hot-button issue during the holidays, when clients may desire to reward good business relationships with a gift.
Cleaning a home can become the launching pad for a whole new set of service wonders for your clients, but if your staff isn’t prepared for the changes, disaster may be just around the corner.