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Principle opens Centre of Excellence for window cleaning division

London-based cleaning specialist, Principle Cleaning Services, has opened a Centre of Excellence for its window cleaning division. The new Principle Windows facility in Stratford has a training and classroom area for its high-level access team, secure and dry storage facilities for ...

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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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WAMITAB wins significant deal with MoJ

WAMITAB (Waste Management Industry Training and Advisory Board) has been selected by the Ministry of Justice as the exclusive Awarding Organisation for cleaning, facilities management and waste management qualifications across Her Majesty’s Prison Service establishments in England and Wales. WAMITAB ...

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ISSA launches online learning platform

As a part of its brand promise of changing the way the world views cleaning, ISSA, the worldwide cleaning industry association, has launched its online learning platform under the Cleaning Management Institute (CMI) portfolio. This extensive program will feature new ...

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Christeyns checks in at Adare Manor

Bradford-based laundry chemicals manufacturer Christeyns, has recently won a contract to supply hotel Adare Manor with laundry detergents and supporting machinery. Adare Manor, located on the banks of the River Maigue in County Limerick, Ireland, is the former seat of ...

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BICSc confirms HQ move

Back in July 2018, the British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) announced its headquarters was being put up for sale, with the intention of securing a larger premises to expand into. The Institute’s plans to move have now been finalised ...

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Apprenticeships, training and recruitment: Understanding changes to the government’s autumn budget  

Bob Cotton OBE, member of P&G Professional’s Expert Advisory Council and former Chief Executive Officer of the British Hospitality Association (BHA), explains why he feels so passionately about upskilling employees The current business climate has never been more uncertain. With ...

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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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ISSA and NORMI join forces

ISSA, the worldwide cleaning industry association, has announced it has entered an alliance with the National Organisation of Remediators and Mold Inspectors (NORMI) to undertake initiatives that leverage the expertise of both organisations for the mutual benefit of their respective ...

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Meeting the post Brexit challenge requires leadership

Leadership is key to the hospitality industry meeting the post Brexit challenge, says industry consultant, Bob Cotton Helped by a weakened pound, Britain’s hospitality industry is surviving the initial Brexit negotiations remarkably well. Hotel occupancy in London is at near ...

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