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The French cleaning industry has been expressing its opinions to the political parties, writes reporter Christian Bouzols.
With the approaching presidential elections, the French cleaning sector has decided to make its position known on a number of current issues and to bring them to the attention of the various candidates. Among the issues put
ECJ's new USA reporter is Ron Segura of Segura & Associates. Here, he asks whether cleaning is a recession-proof industry.
Is cleaning really a recession-proof industry? Companies making cuts in other areas of their business still need to spend money to have buildings cleaned.
But because of economic challenges, firms now expect to pay less
ECJ reporter in the Netherlands Nico Lemmens on a new quality standard being introduced by cleaning companies association OSB.
As reported in the February/March edition of this journal, the Dutch association of cleaning companies OSB has introduced a new Quality Mark. The OSB Quality Mark has three pillars.
The first is a set of legal requirements
Correspondent Petra Sjouwerman reports from Sweden, where a controversial tax deduction has had a huge influence on the cleaning sector.
The cleaning industry is one of the fastest growing industrial sectors in Sweden. Since 2007 the number of people employed in this sector has increased by 24 per cent - a development that has been hugely
John Feng at the China Professional Commission of Cleaning Service Contractors (CPCCSC) offers ECJ an overview of the country's cleaning market.
The development of the cleaning industry in China can be divided into three stages: traditional cleaning, modern cleaning and contemporary cleaning. Traditional cleaning was a rather long period,
Thomas Schulte-Marxloh in Germany explains how the cleaning sector is running short of human resources.
Some German industries, like the contract cleaning business, are running short of human resources Not only the skilled labourer but also the apprentice is most wanted, in particular in some regions of east Germany. Before the European laws and