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Where do you stand?


Are you unsure of where you stand with your organization’s cleaning operations?   

Through CMI’s Consulting Program in partnership with Cleaning Change Solutions, your cleaning operations will find its ground with their seven-step consulting program that holistically assesses your needs as a business.

This benchmarking assessment evaluates where your business’ operations currently stand, as they relate to staff, operations, budget, training, culture, leadership, and work loading.

How does this work? Take the first step –  The Initial Assessment 

Creating an initial assessment of your buildings, staff, and culture will enable you to create baseline data that allows you to measure future improvement in People, Appearance and Logistics. We’ll help you assess your current quality levels and begin to see why you are achieving the results you are today.

When the process is complete, a final assessment will be done to evaluate the quality of change accomplished in your business operations.   

What’s in it for you? 

  • Staffing levels
  • Quality levels
  • Workplace culture success
  • Right supplies and tools for effective and comprehensive cleaning

If you’re unsure of where your business stands, contact us to plan your initial onsite assessment.

Contact: Tim Poskin at cmiccs@issa.com and TJ Grimm at cmi@issa.com.


Get A Quote For More Information or Onsite Assessment


 


 “Our transition to Cleaning Change Solutions has been a revolution in our outcomes, in our processes, and in our custodians. Our buildings are cleaner and the custodians feel great about their contribution. We now have a consistent and documented process that is supported by easy assessments.”

~ Scott A. Perelstein, Director of Maintenance and Operations at Northern Arizona University

 

“I was first introduced to Mr. Tim Poskin around 2006 when he arrived at my 1.7 million square foot janitorial project to begin the process of “Work Loading” my entire project This project is a requires me to have, by law, at least 75% of my direct labor earned by people with significant disabilities. Mr. Poskin moved forward with great interest in our project and became completely involved with the crew members and their abilities to perform the work. Mr. Poskin continues to this day, providing consulting services and inquiries to the wellbeing of our crew members.”

~ Norm Doucette, Vice President-Contracts, Rappahannock Goodwill Industries, Inc