Hiring and Retention
May 9, 2016
Turnover happens. Every business that relies on staff to deliver their service or product understands the vast amount of time, energy and money wasted when a member of your team leaves. Turnover is specifically costly in the janitorial Industry. Olan Hyde, Director of Operations at Office Pride, estimates that losing a cleaner costs his franchisees approximately $2,000, all costs considered (advertising, screening, interviewing, training, etc.) $2,000 lost on ONE cleaner!
March 31, 2016
Do you post jobs online when hiring new cleaners? If you answered yes (which you should have,) then you know how it feels to be faced with hundreds of job applications piling up in your inbox. The worst part, most of the applicants do not meet the basic criteria for you to hire them. My business partner (Matt) created a solution for this and basically saved my sanity; so we decided to build a public, free tool to allow other janitorial companies to benefit.