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post #1 of Old 07-28-2012, 08:06 AM Thread Starter
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Question What type of businesses are most likely...

...to hire their cleaning out to someone else on a regular basis? Don't most businesses have employees clean their own workspace? Do the majority of businesses get enough foot traffic to have to clean more than a couple of times a month?

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This is not true, every business owner calls a cleaning service company to clean their company and it is also necessary to keep the environment healthy. It depends on their requirement that when they call clanging company they can call him regularly or can call him after a certain time period.
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I know one company that has one of their warehouse workers vacuum their offices every morning. However, they bring an outside carpet cleaner every two months. But if it is a bank or a doctor's office, they are more likely to hire a cleaning company. Nurses and bank tellers have other responsibilities than vacuuming...

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It depends on the company. We work for several offices, and each is on a different schedule. Some require for us to be there once a week, others once a month, and so on. Some companies do have their own cleaning staff but not all. Smaller businesses, including private practices and start-ups have third-party cleaning services to reduce costs on hiring a full time employee for such services. Hope this answers your question.
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