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CHSA seeks a new Independent Inspector

The Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) is seeking a new Independent Inspector. The Inspector is crucial to the CHSA, guaranteeing the integrity of the Association’s highly respected Accreditation Schemes. The new appointee will be an experienced quality assurance professional ...

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North Wales cleaning company aims to double turnover and the size of its team in 2023

With a workforce of more than 50 people operating from its Conwy headquarters, Cleaner Care is targeting new clients in industrial and business arenas having made its name in the commercial, tourism and hospitality sectors. As the firm prepares to ...

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SBFM unveils partnerships to help long-term unemployed

Commercial cleaning and soft FM specialist, SBFM, has announced partnerships with Ingeus, Shaw Trust and Reed in Partnership to deliver a recruitment support scheme designed to help the long-term unemployed into sustainable employment. The new initiative – in support of ...

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Principle Cleaning Services signs up to support Armed Forces

Principle Cleaning Services has signed up to the Armed Forces Corporate Covenant, a written, publicised, voluntary pledge to support those who have served in returning to civilian life and work. The company, which has received the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme ...

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Home Secretary’s remarks about migrant workers and unskilled labour are ‘divorced from reality’ says BCC

Leaders of one of the UK’s biggest industries have branded the Home Secretary Suella Braverman’s comments about reducing migrant workers entering the country as “ridiculous”, “completely out of touch” and “divorced from reality”. The £59 billion cleaning, hygiene and waste ...

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‘Twindemic’ could cost more lives due to the severe shortage of cleaning staff

Industry leaders are very concerned and reasonably warning that the ongoing severe staff shortages affecting the £59 billion cleaning, hygiene and waste sector could cause any ‘twindemic’ this winter to be much worse. The situation could become absolutely critical and ...

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Cleaning staff procurement route launched for public sector

A new framework has been announced to support public sector clients with sourcing temporary and permanent staff across a range of areas associated with the effective and smooth running of their operations. National framework provider Pagabo is bringing the framework ...

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Innovation can help the cleaning sector address staff shortages

As the cleaning and hygiene industry faces unprecedented staff shortages, James White, Managing Director at Denis Rawlins Ltd, explains how investing in innovation can bridge the gap and support those still working on the frontline. The cleaning and hygiene sector ...

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Navigating the storm: the changing perceptions of a good employer

Former Institute of Hospitality CEO Peter Ducker has spent a lifetime in the hospitality industry and is a member of P&G Professional’s Expert Advisory Council. I have never really understood the phrase ‘Perfect Storm’, not that I’ve ever thought about ...

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Cleanology boss says the cleaning sector lacks ‘sex appeal’ and needs to be ‘more diverse at senior level’

With the cleaning industry facing a recruitment crisis, Dominic Ponniah, CEO of Cleanology says the sector needs to make itself more attractive by working on its “sex appeal” and “diversity at senior level”. Whilst the suit and tie brigade will argue ...

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