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ECJ’s correspondent in the UK looks at the evolution of training in the industry, and where it goes now.
There are many facets to the cleaning industry - contract cleaning; chemical product sales machine product sales and service maintenance; human resources; carpet cleaning.
Alongside the tall trees of the cleaning jungle, smaller
The Italian cleaning sector is trying to establish new ways of employment, writes Anna Garbagna for ECJ.
At the end of last year Lorenzo Mattioli, president of Fise ANIP (Confindustria’s National Association of Cleaning companies and Integrated Services), accompanied by the vice president with mandate for work Marzia Giuliani, met Martina
German reporter Thomas Schulte-Marxloh brings news of the battle by the country’s manufacturers against cheap copies of its cleaning machines.
Demand determines supply. Customers today ask for economical, inexpensive products and want a supplier who can deliver high quality at a low price. This is true for the private sector as well as for
Our correspondent in Scandinavia, Petra Sjouwerman, reports from Denmark. Danish organisations try to raise awareness about the danger of littered cigarette butts. They call small butts a ‘big problem’.
Nine million cigarette butts end up in the streets of Denmark daily. Please take time to let that sink in! Denmark is a small
Increasing competition calls for new work methods, says Nico Lemmens of ISS Facility Services.
Increasingly, global competition, the war for talents, the introduction of new technologies, and the greater focus on sustainability – among other factors – are changing how companies plan for and develop their workplace strategies and how