Let’s face it, unless you possess effective building maintenance and commercial cleaning expertise; it can be quite challenging to stamp out the spread of germs in your business environment. After all, doing so requires working with a team of experts, who knows just how to get the job done. That’s why, Allen Maintenance Corporation exists-to get the job done!
Utilizing federal approved products in commercial environments, is the best methodology to combating the spread of germs. After all, using EPA approved products can lower the spread of deadly germs, and cut increased cost of health insurance in the work place. A goal all businesses should thrive for.
In fact, the ISSA- Worldwide Cleaning Association recommends using a professional cleaning service provider, if your business operates with more than 2 employees. Maintaining control over the spread of germs is vital, especially during flu season.
Operating a business can be hectic. But operating a business in an unhealthy environment, makes matters worse. Luckily, Allen Maintenance Corporation makes unhealthy work environments healthy, with professionalism and expert skills.
With an A+ Better Business Bureau rating, Allen Maintenance Corporation, thrives to adhere to industry related quality control integrity.
After all, Allen Maintenance Corporation has invested, 30-years, building firm business relationships with corporations in the Metro Detroit area.
Our mission is to provide local area businesses and corporations, with quality building maintenance and commercial cleaning services unlike others. Services deeply rooted in trust and integrity.
In today’s building maintenance and commercial cleaning industry, ineffective communication skills continues impacting the level of clarity needed, to assure client’s, their work will be achieved professionally, each and every time. This key factor requires better employee training skills. In fact, when employees are better prepared to communicate with clients in the field, business is conducted with ease.
One key element, Allen Maintenance Corporation, hopes to combat, is defining an effective methodology to improving how their employees communicate with current and future clients. After all, most clients lack clarity on the services, they need to improve their work environments. Even more troubling, is hiring employees who lack effective communication skills.
To help improve this problem, Allen Maintenance Corporation, will implement better hiring practices, that enables them the opportunity to speak with new hires, and determine the level of communication skills, each new hire possesses.
In doing so, both Allen Maintenance Corporation and its clients, can rest assure, services will be rendered with a professional attitude, and cordial speaking tones, in professional work environments. This new approach, will take time to implement. But, Allen Maintenance Corporation, has built its reputation on quality assurance.
Furthermore, it’s just as important to bring to mind, the value of building brand resonance. In doing so, clients can feel comfortable sharing details with others, about the services, they receive from, Allen Maintenance Corporation. And, Allen Maintenance Corporation, can continue resting assured, they are serving all clients with professionalism.
Let’s face it, operating a business is hectic and requires multi-tasking skills. Then when you consider the attack of germs and spread of bacteria; having a team to help combat these issues, helps tremendously. After all, just spraying disinfectant doesn’t always do the job.
Allen Maintenance Corporation thrives to maintain its professionalism. In doing so, clients can rest assure, they are acquiring services from a business partner, who takes cleaning serious. So serious, Allen Maintenance Corporation, believes in adhering to industry standards. The very reason why, they maintain their A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Having an office without a cleaning staff isn’t professional. After all, germs begin to build and impact the cleanliness of active environments, on contact. With clients, in and out, each person drops off some degree of germs that build upon the germs left behind , by someone before.
To help combat this growth and spread of germs, Allen Maintenance Corporation, utilizes FDA approved cleaning products, as a precaution to combating the spread of deadly bacteria and sickness causing germs.
So in the future, when you seek to connect with a professional cleaning staff that takes pride in protecting your office from the spread of germs and disease, call Allen Maintenance Corporation, at 313.383.4840; and find out how, we can help. Office hours are Monday-Friday 9am-3pm.
The United States Occupational Standards and Health Plan (e.g. OSHA) established standards industries should comply with regarding commercial cleaning requirements. Below are links to various OSHA Websites and others’ alike, that provide commercial cleaning standards. Please take time to investigate, your business industry commercial cleaning requirements.
Workplace Health and Safety Laws: https://bit.ly/2MDXeNZ
Health Care Industry: https://bit.ly/2KQ04h4
Allen Maintenance Corporation works effectively with all industries to provide industry related commercial cleaning. Call Allen Maintenance Corporation today, to discuss how your business related commercial cleaning needs can be meet, through the services provided by Allen Maintenance Corporation. 313.383.4840
OSHA.org. (2018). United States Department of Labor. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Website: https://www.osha.gov/dts/oom/clinicians/index.html
Nolo.com. (2018). Legal Encyclopedia. OSHA: Complying with Workplace Health and Safety Laws. Website: https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/osha-complying-workplace-health-safety-laws-29567.html
Healthcare Environmental Resource Center. (2018). Cleaning Chemicals. Website: http://www.hercenter.org/hazmat/cleaningchems.php
Commercial cleaning and building maintenance in 2018, will
be provided with more quality care. This year, Allen Maintenance Corporation is
thriving to better understand the needs of their current clients’ and prospective
One of the key components to maintaining a strong business relationship is communication. Thus, Allen Maintenance Corporation is interested in learning more about what your business wants and/or needs from a quality commercial cleaning service provider.
Please click the link to complete the questionnaire: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2RG5WQZ
Providing clear and honest answers, will enable Allen Maintenance Corporation to better service your business or organization’s cleaning needs. After all, if your office provides services to more than 25 people a week, having a professional commercial cleaning service provider will help eliminate the spread of the Flu virus.
The Flu virus can be spread from surfaces contaminated with germs from clients who touch door handles, water faucets, or toilet handles. Using EPA approved products daily can helps combat the spread of such germs.
Allen Maintenance Corporation has been servicing clients on the Eastern District of Michigan, for more than 27 years. In 2018, Allen Maintenance Corporation would like to serve your business or organization.
Our team of trained commercial cleaners, uphold a CIA Triad: Confidentiality, Integrity, and Accountability.
In 2018, building a relationship with Allen Maintenance Corporation, will help make your organization or business a cleaner place to work, and a cleaner environment for your clients to visit.
Contact Us today at 313.383.4840. And let’s begin preparing a schedule that fits your timeline and building maintenance and commercial cleaning budget. Contact Allen Maintenance Corporation today!
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Background Checks Weed Out Bad Employees
One of the
most alarming concerns with hiring cleaning companies, is the concern
regarding effective background checks. After all, reports convey, “with a
pre-employment screening program in place in your business, you can discourage
applicants with possible troubled histories from applying for open positions. Per
the Society for Human Resources Management estimates, over half of the resumes
received by potential employers contain misleading or false background
information.” (Webmaster, 2014)
Additional study conveys, “making a deep background investigation of potential employees is an integral part of the hiring process that can benefit your company in many ways.” (2014)
However, not all background checks provide in-depth details about a perspective employee. In fact, some back-ground checks only include:
For a credit report background check, studies show, “when you use consumer reports to make employment decisions, including hiring, retention, promotion or reassignment, you must comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) enforces the FCRA.” (www.ftc.gov)
Furthermore, “employers who use “investigative reports”-reports based on personal interviews concerning a person’s character, general reputation, personal characteristic, and lifestyle-have additional obligations under the FCRA. These obligations include giving written notice that you may request or have requested an investigative consumer report, and giving a statement that the person has a right to request additional disclosures and a summary of the scope and substance of the report; See 15 U.S.C. section 1681d(a), (b)).” (2017)
When using employment history, studies convey that using employment background checks are limited to the details available. Most employment background checks provide limited details on where potential employees formerly were employed. Such reports also limit the details of how perspective employee character, absentee, and work-habits are.
On the other hand, conducting housing history background reports also provides limited details. In fact, this report tends to provide details about the locations and all, addresses the potential employee had for the past five-years. Using housing reports aren’t necessarily instrumental in providing essential information that helps make a determining decision about employment.
Moreover, when using criminal background checks, most states have laws limiting the number of years a background check can be conducted on potential employee criminal past. In fact, “thirteen states enacted laws in their 2010-2011 legislative sessions to expunge and seal low-level offenses after a discrete number of years. Three states passed laws to limit the liability of employers that hire people with criminal records.” (Solomon, 2017)
In many instances, criminal background checks go back ten years. For instance, to receive a Top-Secret clearance employment position, the government conducts a ten-year, criminal background check. For a “Confidential” security-level position, government criminal history background checks go back 5-7 years. (SBA.gov)
These are just a few details Allen Maintenance Corporation takes into consideration when hiring employees for their cleaning positions. Being aware of the characteristics each employee possesses, and knowing if an employee has had previous negative behavior, enables Allen Maintenance Corporation, to maintain low-level theft and property damage to client’s property when contracted to clean internally.
Therefore, when determining how effective Allen Maintenance Corporation is about investigating its employees’ and protecting the assets of clients when Allen Maintenance Corporation employees are on client’s campus; rest assured, Allen Maintenance Corporation maintains a high-level, due diligence, to protect all client’s property.
Webmaster. (2014). Stony Brook University. Private Investigators and the Importance of Background Checks. Retrieved from: https://you.stonybrook.edu/privateinvestigator/2014/10/08/private-investigators-and-the-importance-of-background-checks/
FTC.gov. (2017). Using Consumer Reports. Retrieved from: https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/guidance/using-consumer-reports-what-employers-need-know
Solomon, A. (2017). National Institute of Justice. In Search of a Job: Criminal Records as Barriers to Employment. Retrieved from: https://www.nij.gov/journals/270/Pages/criminal-records.aspx
Ramos, J. (2017). U.S. Small Business Administration. Obtaining a Security Clearance for Your 8(a) Company and/or Employee. Retrieved from: https://www.sba.gov/offices/district/fl/jacksonville/resources/obtaining-security-clearance-your-8a-company-andor-employees?leavingSBA=https://www.dss.mil/GW/ShowBinary/DSS/about_dss/contact_dss/dod_sec_services_center
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National Commercial Cleaning News
One of the daunting tasks associated with operating a regional commercial cleaning service, is finding the best electronic marketing platforms, to share information about the services, we provide. After all, regional commercial cleaning competition is fierce!
Luckily, with time and effort, we’ve learned about some invaluable news sources, we’d like to share with you. In fact, just recently, a search query landed our electronic marketing specialist, on the contact page of Cleaning Business Today. This information source seeks business articles from regional commercial cleaning service providers.
And lastly, we learned about Cleaning and Maintenance Management, who offers a digital magazine that includes a directory of cleaning and maintenance companies and classifieds. However, what I found most intriguing about this news source, is that it offers a forum for industry related discussions.
As a commercial cleaning service provider operating in the Eastern District of Michigan, we are always interested in learning about electronic marketing platforms for commercial cleaning service providers. Having reliable news mediums to share and disseminate news through, about the services we offer, helps us connect with leads that build long-term business partnerships.
Today, Allen Maintenance Corporation, provides quality commercial cleaning services to Top Tier corporations deeply rooted in Michigan, such as PepsiCo, LORD, and Bridgestone Fire Stone, to name a few.
Therefore, without digital news sources, we would be limited to whom we share news with, about our services. If you are aware of additional digital commercial cleaning news mediums, please let us know, and we will continue to do the same.
Allen Maintenance Corporation
Cleaning Business Today.com. (2017). Retrieved from: http://cleaningbusinesstoday.com
Clean Link.com. (2017). Retrieved from: http://cleanlink.com
Cleaning & Maintenance Management. (2017). Retrieved from: http://www.cmmonline.com/publications/1
COMMERCIAL CLEANING AWARENESS TRAINING
Understanding the importance of integrating commercial cleaning services in your business or organization’s daily operations requires professional training and awareness. Therefore, Allen Maintenance Corporation has provided a training video from the Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association (ISSA). To help reinforce the knowledge shared in this training video, a quick quiz has been designed.
Please take a few moments to gain these important facts about commercial cleaning for your business or organization. And, contact Allen Maintenance Corporation, if you have questions or would like to begin learning how to build a partnership.
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