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How to Transition your Cleaning Company from Residential to Commercial Cleaning


Many cleaning company owners start their business exclusively cleaning residential areas. Residential cleaning is a great industry and many cleaning companies make a name for themselves by making sure peoples’ homes sparkle and shine. However, many cleaning company owners want to grow their business and break into the commercial cleaning space along with the residential…

3 Most Overlooked Areas When Training Cleaning Workers


One of the most important aspects of running a commercial cleaning business is establishing a training program. A good training program will ensure your team can successfully hire new people to be effective cleaners, as well as ensure you are hiring supervisors that can bring the best out of your employees. Most importantly, a good…

Overcoming Language Barriers in Commercial Cleaning


American companies have long hired immigrants as essential workers. In fact, immigrant labor made up 17.4% of the American workforce in 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Commercial cleaning companies are no exception. Many trustworthy and hardworking employees in our industry are immigrants. According to the Pew Research Center, 52%, of immigrants speak English…