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Most Overnight Cleaners Hate Unannounced Inspections

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Commercial cleaners who service clients during the grave shift are accustomed to working unsupervised. That’s exactly why it’s a good idea to periodically perform unannounced inspections.

You are likely to be surprised — if not shocked — by what your contracted cleaners are doing inside your business when you aren’t there. It’s not unusual to find people sleeping, goofing off, and generally doing everything except what you are paying them to do: Clean your business.

Setting your alarm and showing up at your business at 3 or 4 o’clock in the morning without advance notice can be an eye-opening experience — in more ways than one!

All Bright Janitorial Services

At All Bright Janitorial Services, we don’t fear unannounced early morning inspections. That’s because we are always prepared for them. Unlike many other local commercial cleaners, we don’t just assign a crew to a client and then forget about them until there’s a problem. Instead, our team leaders are on-site directing staff to specific tasks from the beginning of the overnight shift until the end.

And our managers and supervisors are conducting unannounced surprise inspections of their own, hoping to catch and correct unwanted and unprofessional behavior just like you might find. During the grave shift when we are servicing your business, we take the same proprietary approach to your business as you would. And when we discover people who are doing something they shouldn’t, we address it immediately and severely.

Knowledge is Power

In a way, unscrupulous commercial cleaners have an advantage over business owners because most people don’t want to leave the comfort of their homes in the middle of the night to conduct unannounced inspections. But when All Bright Janitorial Services is on the job, we are neither afraid of nor surprised by spot checks because we are confident our people are getting the supervision they need and we are constantly doing performing our own inspections to ensure they are there to get the job done right, not goof off.

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