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The French cleaning federation is organising courses in reading and writing, reports Christian Bouzols.
More that 8,000 cleaning workers have taken life skill courses under the auspices of the French cleaning federation. These courses cover the ability to read, write, make elementary calculations and to get around in space and time. These courses
How has the status of the cleaning industry, and the cleaner, improved, asks ECJ’s UK reporter.
Daughter comes home from school with great news. Her GCSE grades are good: B’s and C’s with even a sprinkling of A’s.
“The careers master recommends that I look at the cleaning industry. He has fixed me with an
Cleaning companies are preparing for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, says Oleg Popov of Cristanval.
Major work is underway on plans for the coordinated efforts of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Committee and cleaning companies. An information website is up and running where registered users can post documents and receive approval
Italian correspondent Anna Garbagna reports from a meeting in Milan, where a project has been launched to clean up the city’s neighbourhoods.
The first event of Cleaning Aziendale Milanese took place during the summer in Milan.
The initiative - which is part of the ‘Milano Quartiere Pulito’ (Milan clean neighbourhood) project
ECJ correspondent in Scandinavia, Petra Sjouwerman, reports from Denmark, where elderly residents like real cleaners more than robots.
Elderly residents in Denmark prefer real life cleaners. A recent study has shown that a majority of elderly Danes experienced a considerable reduction in their quality of life by having a robot vacuum instead of a
As Dutch correspondent Nico Lemmens of ISS Facility Services reports, more and more cleaning companies are broadening their scope of services.
As reported in ECJ’s last edition, more and more Dutch cleaning companies are broadening their service scope, often in collaboration with other facility service businesses like catering and security