When the green cleaning movement first started to take hold in the professional cleaning industry 15 to 20 years ago, the key impetus was to protect human health. It was clear that many of the chemicals, tools, and equipment we used to perform cleaning tasks—while they may be effective—could also have a negative impact on human health and the indoor environment.
These days, more and more BSCs are taking steps to make their companies environmentally responsible, or “green.” While going green may have seemed like a fad when it first got off the ground a few decades ago, today it is ubiquitous within most industries, offering numerous tangible benefits that go far beyond the obvious ethical implications.
Weighing the pros and cons of franchising for contract cleaners. In many ways, the employment situation in the United States has changed dramatically over the past five years. Companies that had to lay off employees during the recession have yet to hire people to replace them. Often these companies realized they could get by with fewer workers.
Updated regulations seek to prevent accidental falls