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Ask a House Cleaner, Go Full Time, Savvy Cleaner

When Should You Go Full Time?

“When should I go full time in house cleaning? My coworkers say I should clean my space of the boss and office politics.”

“How do I know when to go full time? If I quit my full-time job I lose my benefits but I need a more flexible schedule.”

Can I Ask a House Cleaner how to grow my cleaning company from a part-time job to speed cleaning as a savvy cleaner?

Angela Brown says you’ll know when to go full time by the signs. There will be writing on the wall and it will be the next natural step. The maid service is yours when the time is right.

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Ask a House Cleaner, They Only Want You, Savvy Cleaner

They Only Want You Not Your Cleaning Employees

They only want you not your cleaning employees. How do you have cleaning business growth if they only want you?
We Ask a House Cleaner if you should fire clients if they only want you or if you should keep working for them solo.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives tips on business growth, when to hire help, and how to staff your maid service.
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Ask a House Cleaner, Labor Laws, Savvy Cleaner

Labor Laws – House Cleaners Push Back

Labor laws are tough when employees know how to rig the system. House cleaners push back in rebellion knowing which labor laws they can use for a free ride.

But it’s the business owner and customers that suffer when there is an abuse of labor laws. Clients pay for maid service and housekeepers take advantage as rule breakers.

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru suggests setting boundaries with rules, tips, and tutorials. Today we Ask a House Cleaner about Independent contractor status as a solution to firing and unemployment. Be a savvy cleaner and be a savvy boss with new rules for your business.

Ask a House Cleaner, High Maintenance Employee, Savvy Cleaner

High Maintenance Employee Is Wrecking My Business

High maintenance employee is a frazzled employee, with personal commotion,
personal chaos and personal drama.

If you have a high maintenance employee it might be time for a wellness day if they need to seek professional therapy.

A high maintenance will bring the entire company down. Before that happens, create
new employee rules in writing. Get each member of your team to sign employee rules.

Update employee file and provide house cleaner training.

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru provides tips to help your small business thrive.

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