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The robotic revolution is here. Does that mean that the jobs are going? Read on to separate fact from fiction about robots in business and employment. It may be different than you think.
Conventional training is great, but busy employees can forget key details by the time they need them. Just in time training supplements conventional learning by providing information on demand just when employees need it.
If you have production equipment maintenance specialists in your facility, it’s easy to ask them to work on floor scrubber repair too. But in the long run, working with a cleaning equipment specialist can save time and effort, and create savings.
For facilities managers, it’s always important to control the cost of cleaning services, whether in-house or outsourced, and save labor costs. Tennant offers tips that can result in savings.
Employee turnover. It’s something all businesses experience, but in the cleaning industry, the turnover rate of employees is especially high. What causes an employee to leave? And what can a company do to get them to stay?
How do you attract quality, skilled employees to your company? And how do you keep them? In an article on Cleanlink.com, cleaning industry professionals discuss their experiences and strategies for attracting and retaining the skilled employees that contribute to their companies' success.
You know you need every dollar in your facilities budget. In order to set that budget well and to defend it, you need to correctly calculate workloading levels to set staffing for maximum effectiveness. Learn more about smart workloading and staffing in an in-depth webinar.