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More and more companies are actively seeking local cleaning companies to clean their offices over national suppliers, but why?
In years gone by, businesses would receive a cold call from a call centre for a national cleaning company that more than likely didn't have a local office to the area they were targeting, and would be reliant on someone attending to provide a quote from some distance away. This person would often be a "new business manager" - that is, their job was to win new business, then move on and win more business.
What this sometimes meant was some people quoting would almost underquote the time needed on purpose to provide the cheapest quote. This meant they would win the contract, get their commission and move on to the next quote, leaving it for an area manager to somehow make the contract work!
Our Directors have spoken to many Area Managers who previously worked for national cleaning companies that had been put in this position in years gone by, where they have found it simply impossible to deliver the gold level of service promised by the new business manager, with the two rarely on the same page when it came to what was actually best for the client.
It should be fairly easy to think of one or two benefits of using local office cleaning services for your premises, but there are actually many benefits of going local. So let's look at what we consider give of the top reasons.
A good commercial cleaning company that provides local office cleaning services should be able to provide references from other local businesses.
At Green Fox Cleaning, we offer a number of benefits when it comes to our local office cleaning services. They include, but are not limited to, the following:
To find out about local office cleaning services for your premises, click here to contact your LOCAL office.
For decades gone by, the office was seen as the only place to work from for many employees. How things changed in 2020!
During the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses of all sizes across the UK worked from home for many months. Some employees debated the ‘death of the office’, while others struggling with ‘working from home burnout’ reminisced its power to innovate and inspire. Interestingly, the average workday became 48 minutes longer with home working.
Returning to the office was placed in employers’ hands and offices underwent significant changes to become Covid-secure. Collaboration was listed as the biggest reason employees want to return, with the social side being listed as highly important for many employees.