Making sure the building is clean

Running a company that is associated with any service industry can be difficult.  You need a constant stream of new clients in order to build your business and you need to maintain the contracts and relationships with existing ones too.  For these reasons, being the boss comes with a lot of pressure. Our company specializes in cleaning hospitals and other medical offices so it can be a risk to our employees too.  They must all comply with special rules that apply to these type of atmospheres and know the risk associated with the job too. They may be exposed to germs or bacteria or even bodily fluids so they need to take extra care in wearing protective gear while working there.  My job is to contact additional medical offices and facilities to have them sign contracts for services. I show them our current list to let them know that we are a trusted group with highly trained personnel. Recently, a new building opened up in the medical corridor and it was really important to land that contract.  We already handle many of the other offices in the area so I felt we had a pretty good chance based on our reputation. When I met with the office manager I made sure to point out that we handled everything from everyday cleaning to disinfecting after any outbreak of disease. I was thrilled when we got the call saying that they were ready to sign a contract with us.  As a janitorial service that specializes in the medical buildings we really are dependent on these type of contracts for a steady stream of income.

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