Have you ever gotten so mad at your contract cleaners that you wanted to fire them on the spot? If so, you aren’t alone.
Maybe you caught overnight cleaners sleeping on the job. Or perhaps you walked into your business to wonder if they had even been there at all. Or you may have noticed items missing or broken between the time you left for the night and when you returned in the morning.
The Meaning of Contracts
The main thing that may have held you back was in the very name itself: Contract cleaners. You entered into a contract with your current cleaning company, one that has a beginning and an end. So you may think that you can’t get rid of them until the terms of the contract expire.
But the terms of any contract are a two-way street. Yes, you agreed to hire the company for a specific period of time ending on a specific date. But that same contract requires the commercial cleaners to provide an acceptable level of service for that same time period. And if they don’t, or won’t, then the contract isn’t being met and may be declared null and void.
Obviously, before you can cancel the contract and fire your cleaners you should run it by your legal department or business attorney. And you should be prepared to document specifically how the company failed to hold up its end of the bargain.
But you don’t have to keep paying for lousy commercial cleaning. If your current company isn’t doing the job, you should get rid of them and get somebody who will.
And that somebody is All Bright Janitorial Services. We are the reliable, dependable, and professional cleaners you need to keep your business looking and running its best. Let’s get to work together!