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Cleaning industry leaders snubbed by Government to discuss Sue Gray report findings

Angry business leaders in the cleaning and hygiene sector have hit out after the Government simply failed to fully respond and agree to their demands for a meeting to discuss the findings in the Sue Gray report. The industry body ...

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Healthcare, hospitality, and other cleaning staff facing ‘burnout’ due to severe staff shortages

Industry leaders have warned that cleaning staff in healthcare, hospitality and other parts of the sector are facing burnout because of increased workloads due to the Covid-19 pandemic and severe staff shortages. The extra procedures and protocols put in place ...

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Thank Your Cleaner Day 2021 celebrates its biggest year ever

Thank Your Cleaner Day will celebrate its most successful year ever in 2021 with more than 50 countries taking part – 20 more than last year! Social responsibility has played a major role at Kärcher for decades and support for ...

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Putting cleaners in the spotlight: Thank Your Cleaner Day

Cleaning is one of the most important industries in the world yet is often undervalued by those who benefit from the service. Everyday tens of thousands of skilled, hardworking cleaning staff work around the clock to ensure working and living environments ...

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Challenges facing the attraction and retention of cleaning staff

Many UK-based cleaning contractors are recognised for having a high turnover of employees. Cleaning is often taboo and unattractive to the younger generation and can be seen as a transient occupation rather than a career. Retaining good employees in our ...

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Making recycling work

More and more companies are looking to improve recycling at work, and cleaning firms need to support them. Cleanology takes things a step further, explains Dominic Pooniah, CEO of Cleanology, by actively encouraging clients to recycle, and training staff to ...

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