Features are carefully selected from across the website and magazine, these articles are contributed by a wide range of authors from across the sectors covered by Cleaning Matters, as well as the editorial team. Addressing the latest topics in terms of technological developments, legislation and industry issues
Contract review time can be a white-knuckle experience for many cleaning businesses. You think you’ve maintained decent audit scores, but, as Sam Roberts observes, is that enough: have you delivered the expected outcome and will they or won’t they sign on the dotted line?
The power of the workplace experience has gained momentum over the last three years. As Ravi Bhatnagar observes, organisations and FMs alike are innovating to create appealing and engaging workplaces that can help attract employees into the office as we adapt to new working behaviours.
One of the many highlights at this year's Cleaning Excellence Conference is British Cleaning Council (BCC) chair Delia Cannings. Here, Delia discusses the work of the BCC and how we need to work together to ensure cleaning staff receive the respect they deserve.
For ex-offenders, finding employment can be hard. Multiple internal and external barriers stand in their way, including mental health issues and employer stigmatisation. Kelly Dolphin describes a project that is working to change this landscape by giving tailored support and career pathways to ex-offenders, which can bolster the UK workforce.