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Ask a House Cleaner, Independent Contractor, Savvy Cleaner

Independent Contractor or Employee?

Independent Contractor or employee when hiring for your new startup cleaning business? Let’s look at the pros and cons.

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Technician vs. Cleaning Associate

Technician vs. Cleaning Associate

Is it better to hire a cleaning technician vs. cleaning associate? What are the pros and cons as I grow my cleaning company?
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru talks technician vs. cleaning associate. Invoice vs. payroll, the ability to dispatch cleaners and build your brand vs. independent contractor.
“Plan to outsource some work to a subcontractor, hire some employees and maybe add a virtual assistant to your team.”
Today’s #AskaHouseCleaner sponsors are Savvy Cleaner. (Tips for your house cleaning technician or cleaning associate. HouseCleaning360 (a hub where a homeowner can find a maid or house cleaner. And My Cleaning Connection (a resource hub for all things cleaning.)

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Ask a House Cleaner, The Challenges of Hiring Staff, Savvy Cleaner

The Challenges of Hiring Staff – House Cleaning

“The challenges of hiring staff are hitting my house cleaning business pretty hard. I’m trying to grow my cleaning company and wonder what cleaning support services are available. What solutions do you have to deal with the challenges of hiring staff?”

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru discusses the challenges of hiring staff on today’s Ask a House Cleaner.

Hiring challenges are a house cleaning FAQ and part of every cleaning and maid service business.

Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (house cleaning training.) House Cleaning 360 (a hub that partners house cleaners with homeowners.) My Cleaning Connection (a place full of cool cleaning information, products and stuff.) And Savvy Perks, Employee benefits for cleaning business owners the cleaning staff they hire.

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Ask a House Cleaner, None Ya Business, Savvy Cleaner

“None Ya Business” House Cleaning Job Interview Goes Sour

“None ya business” is an answer that can make any house cleaning job interview go sour. “But if I’m trying to grow my cleaning company and in the hiring process and a new hire answers a question with “none ya business” what do you do?”

“None ya business” is a flippant attitude that repels everyone. And you don’t want that employee mingling with your customers.” Says Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru, “or representing your company.

Today’s Ask a House Cleaner sponsors are HouseCleaning360 (list your business, find a customer.) Savvy Cleaner Training (Training and certification for house cleaners and maids.) My Cleaning Connection (a resource hub for all things cleaning.) And Savvy Perks (an employee discount program to create loyal employees in your company.)

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Ask a House Cleaner, Male House Cleaners, Savvy Cleaner

WHAT? No Male House Cleaners?

“What? No male house cleaners? As in no men cleaning house or male maids? How am I supposed to grow my cleaning company if I can’t include a male house cleaner?”
Today on Ask a House Cleaner we look at the politically incorrect request “no male house cleaners.”
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says male house cleaners are aces at speed cleaning. They have excellent cleaning skills and many can clean circles around women. And she gives pro cleaning tips and cleaning advice to make it work.
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (maid service training.) HouseCleaning360 (Find a cleaning service right for you.) Savvy Perks (Employee benefits for small business owners.) And My Cleaning Connection (a cleaning resource hub.)

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