Janitorial companies have a lot of things that must be overcome in order to be successful. Professionalism should not have to be one of those obstacles. Contrary to popular thought the way you dress and work makes a big impact on how others view you and your company.
- As a janitor you are the visible example of the company at work. Since first impressions are made within the first 30 seconds you can be thought of as professional by dressing for the job.
- A janitor does not need to dress in a tie and suit. They can simply wear company uniforms that when worn correctly can show a professional front.
- Not only is dress important but also the way you work. If you are leaving more of mess after cleaning, there is a good chance people will start to think that everything you work on is done the same way.
- Use equipment that is not worn down. Updated equipment shows people that you are up on all the latest cleaning methods and that you want to do the best you can do.
An employee is really the first thing a customer sees when they come into a work zone. When a professional front is presented potential customers end up with a favorable impression of the company. We have found that a professional appearance encourages building occupants to treat our staff like they hard working professional that they are.