The American Institute for Cleaning Sciences (AICS) published the results of a time-and-motion study using commercial vacuums. The study was conducted to verify the practical cleaning times of commercial upright and backpack vacuums.
AICS was recently featured in a series on “Industry Influencers”
The article highlighted AICS’ capabilities and success stories and includes links to free resources.
Clients regularly tell us they would like to hire a “superstar” or sales person that will really make a difference. This article explains what an elite rep looks like.
Some sales reps are untrainable. Allocate resources to those capable of improving.
Jim Peduto will present two “must see” programs at NJSSA’s Supply Line 2016
John Poole recently published Self-Performing Audits: Delivering High-Performing Levels of Clean. The article includes a step-by-step guide to conducting quality assurance surveys.
The Scientific Commission of the International Symposium of Hospitality in Hospitals – Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein has invited David Frank of the American Institute of Cleaning Science to be a speaker at its annual conference…
Learn the warning signs of an unhappy workforce to help mitigate turnover
This no-cost webcast features a thorough discussion of the role carpet care plays in enhancing overall asset value of a facility, and includes key facets of an effective carpet maintenance regimen. The program’s focus is on how to…
The most frequently asked question in the cleaning industry is “How much should it cost to clean my building?” AICS’s newest infographic answers that question by presenting a 5-step process to get the most out of your cleaning dollars.