What to put in an employee handbook is a question every cleaning business owner asks. Your employee handbook has your policies and should inspire your house cleaning training.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says every cleaning employee needs an employee handbook. And if you include these things, you’ll avoid common mistakes.
Business license – do you need one for your house cleaning business? If you work for family no. But you may need a business license based on your jurisdiction and the rules for the city you live in.
We Ask a House Cleaner about a general a business license and a housekeeping license and legal documentation for business startup.
Angela Brown, The House Guru gives tips and industry business advice. Small business with a physical location is different from a maid service where you clean in someone else’s home.
Today’s sponsor is https://HouseCleaning360.com where we connect house cleaners and maids with homeowners. #HouseCleaning360
Today, Angela Brown advises house cleaners in creating a cleaning franchise. If you want to create a cleaning franchise to achieve financial freedom, you need to know how to clean. You’ll also need franchise training to learn how to market your cleaning business. Listen: 9 Secrets to Create a Cleaning Franchise Watch:9 Secrets to Create […]
It’s official you’re in business and need documents for your house cleaning. It’s official if you use verbal contracts to operate your maid service as well.
We Ask a House Cleaner what binding agreement paperwork will reinforce the working relationship. Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says it’s official when you do your initial walkthrough with the homeowner. Agree to operate as client and maid and discuss rules and regulations. It’s easier to reinforce a contract in writing between you and the customer.
Today’s sponsor is https://HouseCleaning360.com
#HouseCleaning360 is a referral database where you can find housekeepers and maids.
“Why won’t my cleaning clients recommend me? On my neighborhood referral app there’s someone looking for a house cleaner. All my clients have to do is recommend me and they would get a bird dog fee.
I’ve got the ratings and reviews, the social proof, and the word of mouth marketing – and yet my clients won’t recommend me.
Should I offer a bigger referral fee?”
Angela Brown goes into the recommendation process that every cleaner should use.