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- Facility Cleaning Decisions Annual Reader Survey 2016
- Survey: 2016 Management Priorities Of Custodial Executives - Member Content
- Survey: Departmental Budgets And Expectations in 2016 - Member Content
Survey: 2016 Staffing Challenges For In-house Departments - Member Content
- Survey: Trends In Green And Sustainability - Member Content
In our 9th Annual Facility Cleaning Decisions Reader Survey, we asked custodial executives in K-12 schools, colleges/universities, as well as healthcare, commercial, hospitality and government facilities about the staffing challenges that they currently face. Below are their responses.
• Do you support employee certification/accreditation or offer advancement opportunities to your cleaning employees?
• What is the average employee turnover in your facility?
• Which employee issues have the biggest impact on your cleaning department?
• Do you believe your turnover rate is lower, about the same, or higher than other facilities?
• On average, how long does the typical janitor stay with your company?
• What is the Number 1 reason janitors leave your department?
• Do you believe that your department is adequately staffed to complete the cleaning needs within the facility?
• It is important that cleaning crews…
• Do you plan to add staff to the department in the next 12 months?
• What retention strategies have you tried with your janitorial staff?
• What are your starting salaries for new cleaning workers?
• Which screening processes do you use when hiring janitors?
Click here for more information/results from this survey.
Survey: Departmental Budgets And Expectations in 2016 - Member Content
Survey: Trends In Green And Sustainability - Member Content
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