What’s your bottom line, and would it be more cost effective to do it yourself, have an employee do it, or hire an in-house cleaner?

Before you start the process of accepting bids, it’s important to know what your bottom line is.

Hiring a professional cleaning company is not cheap.  The old saying goes, “You get what you pay for,” and it rings true in hiring a cleaning service.

Could you clean yourself? This would be the most cost effective way to slash your cleaning budget, but consider that your time is valuable.

Calculate your own hourly worth.  Ask yourself if it’s advantageous to spend your time emptying trash and scrubbing toilets.

Another option is to have your employees clean.  This option can really save you money.  On the other hand, it may be an added burden to their already busy day.  Again you must calculate the costs in wages, productivity and even moral.

And the last possibility is hiring an in-house cleaner.  The hidden cost is in management, HR and taxes.   This means hiring, firing, training, paperwork, inspections, stocking supplies, etc.

Make careful calculations to determine your best option.

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