By taking preventative steps in our personal lives, our businesses, and our communities, we can help to slow the spread and long-term impact that coronavirus will have on our health, lives, and economy.
The sudden appearance of this new health threat has already triggered a significant level of panic across the globe. It has also been the cause of a lot of confusion.
You may have cubicles that need dusting, classroom floors that need sterilizing, or a warehouse that needs to be deep cleaned twice a week, and finding the company equipped to satisfy those needs can take a significant burden off of your employees.
The building blocks of becoming a successful Franchisee are not always innate, but they can be learned and developed by anyone willing to put in the effort.
In this post, we provide a how-to for acquiring office cleaning contracts along with the considerations that ought to go into the process.
High level steps individuals should follow to open an office cleaning business, as well as certain personal considerations to reflect upon, such as the individual’s preferences and unique personal goals.
Cleaning can be strenuous, time consuming and difficult. That’s why professional janitorial services may be your best option for cleaning your daycare.
Elaborating on the general “Employee’s Must Wash Hands” is a tool to ensure their hand washing process is complete and thorough.
Take advice for cleaning on a smaller scale from those who clean on a larger scale.
It has been an honor and a thrill growing our local New Orleans franchise base and to provide commercial cleaning services to businesses here in town.
In 2018, the revenue of janitorial services in the U.S. reached 61 billion U.S. dollars. Job growth is also expected to rise by 10% in the next ten years.
When you decide to become a franchisee in the janitorial services industry, you are becoming part of something that has proven to be a success.
Corvus, its employees, franchisees and entrepreneurs will recognize and celebrate the achievements of past and current African American business owners.
With a few simple steps, business owners and managers can improve allergy prevention in the office.