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Business owners can easily become overwhelmed with the day to day worries and uncertainties associated with running a business. Things like hiring and firing employees, scheduling, revenue, cash flow, equipment failures and customer complaints can easily turn an optimistic and cheerful day into a dreadful one. That's just the way of life for a business owner. But there are ways for you to maximize your chances for success by surrounding yourself in an optimistic, confident environment. keep reading
It is crucial for cleaning business owners to compensate their cleaning technicians with a wage that will be inviting and keep them coming back to work every day. Competition for both clients and workers can be fierce and therein lies the dilemma. The more you pay your employees, the more it is going to cut into profits, right? Not necessarily so. keep reading
It's a challenge responding to Yelp reviews in a way that helps to diffuse a potentially devastating blow to your company image and reputation. Challenging? Yes but not impossible. As a cleaning business owner, you have the right to not only protect your image and reputation against inaccuracies posted on Yelp but to acknowledge and respond accordingly to them. keep reading
One of the biggest complaints we hear from cleaning business owners is that their employees quit without notice shortly after being hired. It's frustrating to say the least since we all invest a lot of time onboarding new employees. But have you ever considered that YOU might be the problem? That some of your cleaning technicians leave because you're a bad boss? keep reading
Employee morale is very fragile in a cleaning business. And when morale is low, productivity and profits will suffer. Like many things in business, it all starts at the top, with the owner of the business. Without your leadership and commitment to keep morale high, it will certainly suffer over time. keep reading
Keep your cleaning technicians organized and productive by providing them with the tools they need. When you help them to be productive, they'll feel more successful and fulfilled at their job and you're going to have happy clients. keep reading
As a stay at home mother Melanie spent time trying out services that would allow her family flexablity. For a little over a year she was employed by a cleaning service and it inspired her to start her own. Melanie's Pristine Cleaning Services, LLC in Feburary 2016. keep reading
Brand new to the Cleaning industry Tanya Seale has teamed up with a friend that has many years experience. "Tanya's Cleaning Service" was launched March 2016 keep reading
EBOOK FOR MEMBERS: If you're a cleaning business owner that depends on a steady stream of new customers, you'll be interested in this ebook. Local SEO for Residential Cleaners will teach you, in layman's terms, how to vastly improve your company's local search engine ranking potential. keep reading
It can be very tempting to trash-talk the other company -- especially when the client starts bad-mouthing them first. And besides, they are the competition, the enemy, your nemesis, right? But it's never a good idea to bad-mouth the competition. This article explains why and how to speak positively in order to promote your home cleaning business. keep reading
As cleaning professionals, it is our responsibility to educate ourselves, our employees, and clients as best we can on what bacteria is and how we can clean for health. After all, our clients are relying on us to keep their home not only clean, but safe for their family and friends. keep reading
Empowering your cleaning technicians is important if you want them to stay engaged and be productive in their job. This article gives you three simple words to use that will help to empower your cleaning technicians. keep reading
Cleaning business owners have many roles within the scope of their business. One of the most important is managing people. Depending on the management style, this can either help or hurt the business when it comes to connecting and communicating to employees. keep reading
Cleaning business owners are struggling to recruit and hire the right people for their business. But it doesn't have to be so hard. This article offers several strategies for recruiting, improving your hiring practices and protecting yourself as an employer. keep reading
Preventing the spread of germs in your customers' home begins with correct disinfecting techniques and providing your cleaning technicians the appropriate tools and chemicals. This article provides you the information you need to keep your customers home healthy and germ free. keep reading
Google is continually making changes to its algorithms for search results, as well as making changes to Google Places. But some things they look for remain constant, so following are tips for optimizing your Google My Business listing. keep reading