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Clean for Good: Living Wage Week

This week is Living Wage Week (6-12 November), a UK-wide celebration of the more than 3,600 employers that have voluntarily committed to ensuring their employees and subcontracted staff working on their premises earn a wage that covers the cost of ...

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Cleaners are seeing a surge in business calls

Cleaners are experiencing an extremely busy start to the year with a spike in calls, according to figures released by telephone answering service, Moneypenny. The company’s PAs, which look after the telephone calls for hundreds of cleaners in the UK, ...

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Voicemail is costing cleaners’ trade

Britain’s cleaners are missing out on work because they are failing to answer their phone calls, and are instead letting them go through to voicemail. This means they are losing business at an early stage, as the majority of callers ...

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Incentive announces Living Wage on City & Guilds contract

Incentive QAS has introduced the London Living Wage to employees delivering a range of cleaning services to skills development organisation, the City & Guilds Group. The specialist cleaning arm of independent facilities management company Incentive FM Group is nine months into a three-year contract ...

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