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Experience as we start the New Year has indicated some considerable movement of key employees both into and out of organisations often creating consternation, concern, and some could say ‘panic’ in the recruitment process.
It could be argued that any organisation that supports, develops and leads its staff to success is equipping the
Italy correspondent Anna Garbagna reports from a new cleaning exhibition in Sicily at the end of 2016.
The round table ‘Cleaning Companies: Which Future? Market, Regulations and Work’ was organised by AIS, the Association of Service Companies of Sicily and took place at the end of last year during the exhibition Pulire Mediterraneo.
Cryoservice, a family business near Belfort in France, has increased its turnover two-fold in the past six years. It uses a technology which responds to the environmental requirements of a number of industrial companies. Christian Bouzols reports.
When Béatrice Cuenin launched Cryoservice in eastern France in 2005, there was
Latest trends in the Russian cleaning market, from Oleg Popov of Cristanval Cleaning.
For the Russian cleaning market, the second year of the third crisis wave has come to an end. We’ve undergone serious downturns in 1998 and 2008 and now we’re going through another one. To say that Russian entrepreneurs have been hardened is an
Anthi Iliopoulou is general manager of Alter Ego, one of the largest integrated facility management providers in Greece. With its headquarters in Athens, Alter Ego has over 800 employees and provides services throughout the country. It has 68 major Greek and multinational businesses among its clients and is a subsidiary of the European Reliance
Jacco Vonhof, chairman of the Association of Cleaning Research (VSR) is the new Dutch reporter for ECJ. He explores how cleaning companies can add value in this age of robotisation and digitisation.
The world is changing and so is the cleaning industry. Robots are taking over tasks and digitisation allows those working in the industry to be