Janitorial work can still be done on a casual labor or part-time basis. This is convenient for private consumers who own, rent or lease their own residential premises. It is certainly an advantage for micro, small and medium-sized business owners who are all constrained financially and still have a range of other bills to pay. Indeed, junior schools and high schools, whether publicly or privately funded may continue to rely on this form of janitorial labor for the foreseeable future owing to limited budgets.
But without argument or promotion, strides could and need to be made towards more professional and longer-term janitorial services in Detroit. All of the above-categorised consumers are probably aware of the benefits that could be enjoyed from these types of services so perhaps positively speaking, it is only a matter of time. It is only a matter of time before more and more private, public and commercial consumers sign up for short to long-term services contracts with franchised janitorial services networks.
So then. What are the features of the new level janitor’s work going to be? There are many possibilities here. A good way to start is to align these features to your business. What exactly is it that you are doing? What are your purposes and processes? What are the volumes like, and how is foot traffic in your department? Things like these, and more no doubt, would surely influence the manner in which your new janitor delivers his work. And on a constrained budget, how are you to be serviced now?
This is still a good thing. Consider it a blessing in disguise then. There is to be a more responsible use of limited resources. And it will surely contribute towards lowering your carbon footprint.