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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

October 22, 2014 by Dallas Maids

Ice Bucket Challenge in front of the Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Thanks to my brother in law, Alex, for nominating me for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, an admirable meme promoting awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and encouraging donations for researching a cure. I gladly accept his nomination with twin buckets in front of the Twin Towers.

In return I nominate 1) Debbie Sardone of Cleaning For A Reason (http://www.cleaningforareason.org) and 2) Gary Goranson of House Cleaning Biz 101 (http://housecleaningbiz101.com). Both of you have helped so many others and now I’m happy to give you a chance to help a more by promoting awareness for this terrible disease. The gauntlet has been thrown, you have 24 hours…

 

People not being paid enough using percentage?

July 30, 2014 by Dallas Maids

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Your people are not being paid enough?

Afraid you’re not paying your people enough using percentage?

A fellow maid service entrepreneur came to me worried that he was not paying his people enough in this reddit subforum. His pricing and percentage given to his staff was correct yet what was paid to his ladies (he was right) was not enough. So what was wrong?

I asked him “how long would one of your people take to clean a 2000 sq ft house with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths?”

When he answered “ 5-6 hours” I knew exactly what was wrong.

And I thought that the new guys starting out here may have this same issue, lacking the opportunity to have tried out enough staff to know the solution yet.

Though first…

Percentage is THE way to go!

First, percentage is the way to go because:

  • you are guaranteed a percentage of the job, thus containing costs
  • percentage rewards your efficient and effective staff
  • nurtures your new maids by giving them more time to complete the job (assuming you have flat rates for regulars as I do).
  • keeps accounting simple. No need to waste time on recording hours. As with everything, keep things as simple as possible because as you grow, complexity will try to creep in and overwhelm productivity.

Initially, like most, I started paying per hour though quickly found percentage was the best way to go. When switching over quality got better and cash flow increased.

This is why the larger franchises such as Merry Maids and The Maids use percentage: they learned that it was the best way, too.

Find the BEST people

So the problem was not his pricing or percentage he was giving his people. The problem was…

His people.

They were to slow. Instead of 5 to 6 hours they should be completing the house in 3.5 or 4 hours. Completing a job quicker equates to a higher hourly wage. This is why percentage rewards your quickest people and allows time for the newer, slower one’s to improve if the pricing is a flat rate.

For Dallas Maids we do the first job at an hourly rate however I take extraordinary effort to find the BEST people from the beginning. My interviewing process is more selective than some of the ones I went through while in the professional work force after university! And I dare say, more effective. THIS has been my secret to success.

If I have too much work and am desperate for more people (which happens) I do not hire just anyone to take care of the extra business. Yes, sucks to lose business because you don’t have the staff to accommodate however you do not want to tarnish your reputation by sending just anyone (In these cases send the extra leads to your friends). So when I send a team to work hourly for first time or one time jobs, they get down to business, go on automatic pilot, and rock the home, making it sparkle. Slow, idle individuals don’t work for me.

AND not only do they clean the house efficiently, they do it effectively. They may be fast, but they don’t do a rush job. These are the people you need to hire. These are the people you need to keep. And if they are making good money while be taken care of by you, your customers will be happy and your business will thrive.

 

 

Don’t Worry, Be Happy

July 17, 2014 by Dallas Maids

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Don’t Worry, Be Happy

A song never imparted so much business wisdom!

Having the family in to one of my company’s 10th year anniversary this Saturday; it’s a big milestone and we are celebrating with a fancy banquette. Dallas Maids was the first company I started and grew to become the, BEST maid service in Dallas. Maybe I’m biased… but Dallas Maids is the most award-winning company and these awards are genuine, based on merit, not paid for, like some awards are. tsk. tsk. on those companies that buy awards or claim awards they have not won.

Anyway, I’m also remodeling an old house in a neighborhood my wife and I are excited to be moving into. It’s crunch time and lots of things to get done – I so should not be wasting time on writing this post but I felt this is something you fellas should know…

DON’T WORRY

Worrying is paralyzing. It will stop you before you even get started. Being afraid to make the jump in and do a business or about the “obstacles” that may pop up… is not conducive to getting things done. When my parents arrived they barraged me with tons of questions about how will I be able to move in if this or that isn’t done. Be it finishing up the house in time for the move this Sunday or worrying about how much the movers will charge me or about not having the appliances ordered yet… Too much worry. I got it under control because I’m spending time worrying.

Love my parents. They still live in the house I grew up and after 44 years of marriage still have a great chemistry between them. I’m lucky to have them and being parents they naturally want the best for me. So of course they are worrying about this crunch time I’m going through.

And worrying is something I do less after running businesses because it’s best to use that time to figure out a solution.

I’m grateful that I don’t worry as much as I once did because it is not only unproductive, it’s emotionally draining.

So, don’t worry and you’ll find happiness through your hard, smart work. Focus on the solutions because there are always solutions, usually more than one so it’s just placing your efforts to find the best solution. As you find yourself worrying less and becoming more successful, you’ll find issues that may have bothered you in the past will fade away. For example, when starting out I totaled the first car I ever bought, a new mustang convertible. It was paid off so I didn’t have the insurance to replace it. Even with the lost car and lost money, I realized something then: It didn’t bother me. I was happy with that realization that everything was going to be ok and just get better. It’s nice to be worry free. Your life will be much better for it! So…

BE HAPPY!

 

 

Working With Your Competition

June 20, 2014 by Dallas Maids

I belong to several network groups where fellow maid services help each other to become better house cleaning companies by sharing information and advice. One member asked about how to view competition. How you view competition is important to a business success. I thought I’d share my response to his question and how I view my “competition”. Originally posted here.

There is simply too much house cleaning business to go around to feel you have competitors. This would be a great opportunity to work together exchanging cleaning leads or helping each other out.

We have sister maid services that we often exchange cleaning leads with if we are booked or the lead is outside our service area. Also, times when we have a customer scheduled but can’t make it (maybe we have several ladies out sick) then to make sure we don’t cancel on the customer, we have another service help out or vice versa. Just last week we helped another maid service take care of one of their customers because they had already cancelled on them once and did not want to do it again.

Ultimately you need to make sure your customer is taken care of. If that means it’s not from your service then that’s ok. Your priorities should be:

1) take care of your employees.

2) take care of your customers.

And a distant third,

3) take care of yourself.

You’ll find if you take care of the first two, the 3rd will be just fine.

I’ve also sent employee applications to other services. When we look for employees we are inundated with hundreds of applications so I’m happy to send a few that didn’t make our cut but might make the cut somewhere else. Not to mention you need to be on good terms with other services so they can freely tell you if an ex-employee is a yay or a nay and why.

Dallas Maids would not be where it was if I hadn’t worked with my “competitors”… though I see them more as partners.

 

 

How to Handle Price Increases with Your Customers

June 16, 2014 by Dallas Maids

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Dallas Maids Note: I’ve been happy to have taken one of Susan’s NLP course which offer’s valuable skills that have helped me make Dallas Maids become a better house cleaning company. Her courses are well worth it!

How to handle price increases with your long-standing customers

by Susan Stageman of NLP Training Concepts

There comes a time in every business when cost increases necessitates the increase in fees to customers and clients. I’ve been a long-term customer for many local businesses over the years. I’ve experiences price increases in a variety of ways.

  • The price for service or product increases without any notice. This often happens when the business is offering a commodity or tangible product. Sometimes it increases when a contract runs out without notice.
  • A notice (email or worse, text) is sent out to all customers about a price increase. This is impersonal at best. If the business has a huge practice or customer base, long-term customers are not necessarily distinguished from the customer base.
  • A personal call (not always convenient; very time consuming) to many long-term, loyal customers.
  • Tell regular, long-term clients that their fees are increasing but not at the level of new customer fees.
  • Something that includes some of or all of these.

If you have a personal and/or local business where you know most of your customers by name or face, handling price increases can be delicate if you value your customers and want to retain them.

I recently spoke with a client who had done business with a firm for 20 years, seeing them 2 times a month during that time. The firm sent a blanket email informing clients of a 30% increase in fees. Comment: It seems that when the perception of the general economy improves, businesses take advantage of raising fees. Of course, it seems a lot of businesses do this so it becomes a zero sum game. To cover the cost of business, businesses raise prices. It is like a dog chasing its tail.

So, as reported by my client, here is what transpired on his next visit. He brought up the fact to his provider about the cost increase. He remarked that it was quite an increase; that he might have to go to once a month. Here was the reply. “Quite honestly, there are plenty of people that will fill that spot. I’ve been giving too much of my business away with discounts I’ve been giving to my clients, according to my CPA. My rent has gone up, my insurance has gone up. If that is what you have to do…..”

WOW! My client was a little taken back by the reply. It came across as a little defensive. He wasn’t’ expecting, after 20 years of being a referring client, to be told that he can ‘take a hike.” (My interpretation) He left after the appointment feeling a little betrayed (the word he used). When my client examined his feelings he wondered what this was about. This is what, after discussing it, he concluded:

He was willing to pay the increase because he valued what this person did for him all these years and he was willing to continue that relationship. What my client really wanted to know is that HE WAS A VALUED CLIENT AND ALTHOUGH HE HAS THE CHOICE OF LEAVING, BUT THAT HE WOULD BE MISSED AND THAT HIS LOYALITY OVER THE YEARS WAS IMPORTANT. However, he didn’t get that. What the message he got, ‘too bad, I can replace you as quickly as you leave.’

People often don’t need to know why someone raised the price. All they need to know was that the business value us as clients and they appreciate our loyalty. There are elegant ways to bring up price increases with businesses – ways the will not elicit defensiveness.

  1. Tell the client or customer they are valued and that you value their loyalty over the years.
  2. Tell them that the increase was necessary if they ask. Why you raised prices is no one’s business except your own.
  3. Encourage them to continue as a client as you will continue to provide outstanding service.
  4. Offer value. Explain what they will get (if anything) in addition to what they have now as a result of staying with you. One time a business which I frequent raised their prices. What they did is they handed out a card to each customer as they came in for service that said, We are finding we have to increase our fees due to the increased cost of doing business. Our new fees are this for these services. Here are the new and improved service and products you will be getting for this price increase. They listed the improved service and products. They were small improvements but it added value to encourage me to stay.
  5. Make certain that your customers always know the value of doing business with you. When you have to raise prices they are likely to remain with you. Many services are becoming commodities so customer loyality is an easy marketing strategy.

Customers are the most important part of your business. Treat them with value like you do money. They are the reason you exist. Let them know you are important.

I discussed this with my business partner, David McElroy (a business consultant for 30 years), who made 2 comments: Never let your CPA dictate such business decisions. He does not interface with your clients every day. Never sent blanket, impersonal emails about price increases.

How have you handled price increases over the years?

 

 

 

Overcoming Psychological Barriers & Finding a Failsafe Business Idea

June 10, 2014 by Dallas Maids

What is your first thought when you drive pass a mansion with a meticulously manicured lawn and a couple exotic cars parked in the driveway? Just take a moment. And. Ponder… Was it along the lines of “Who did those people scam to get that!?” or was it “Good for them! It’s awesome that they can do that for them and their family”; was it positive or negative.

Don’t feel bad if it was negative because our minds are programmed from childhood to view money as bad. Sayings such as “Money doesn’t grow on trees”, “Money is the root of all evil”, “Money doesn’t buy happiness” permeate our society. These are the mottos of the monetarily mediocre. Next time you hear someone say “money doesn’t buy happiness”, ask them if they have lots of money. What do you think the answer will be? So the first step is to reprogram your subconscious mind to smash mediocrity and recognize money rocks!

Reprogram Your Subconscious.

Consciously, you may say to yourself you want to have a lots and lots of mullah. BUT if the subconscious believes the buck is bad then it will sabotage your money-making energies. Feelings of doubt and thoughts of “this business idea won’t work” or “I don’t have what it takes” surfaces and freezes you before taking that first step. The subconscious is not evil [pans over to villain with a devilish chuckle calmly petting cat]; it simply does not want you to do what it perceives as bad. So how do you change its perception?

There are many psychology-based books that are dedicated to reprogramming your mind. Read them. Anyway, one of the universal attributes among all the autobiographies I have read are great people love to read. So develop your desire to dive into books and be more successful. Reading is enjoyable, it enriches your life. Barbara Bush once said she can’t imagine life without reading. So as you seek self-improvement through reading let’s talk about the easiest way to attain 100% financial freedom.

Start a Business.

The easiest way to become rich is to own a scalable, self-sustainable company, developing policies and procedures so that your people will know what to do when you’re absent. Otherwise, if it cannot survive without you then you don’t own a business, you own a job. And that is just blaaah! There are many books that teach you how to develop a system, policies and procedures, etc that allows a business to run smoothly. So how do you find an awesome idea? Glad you asked!

Have a Failsafe Idea.

Having a business was what I wanted. I wanted it SO bad that it became ingrained in my mind. My now subconscious had a goal and started producing ideas per its own schedule: driving in my car, waking up in the middle of the night, or sitting on the toilet (pardon the visual), the ideas that unexpectedly spring forth are the best because your subconscious has been analyzing the data behind the scenes, making numerous calculations, finishes, and then floats the fabulous ideas to your consciousness. It’s like having your own personal super computer do the work.

After a year or so I had a long list of good ideas. And the way to have a great idea is to have many ideas. Looking at the list I quickly zeroed on ideas I felt would work. Then the idea I KNEW would work popped out: Maid Service. You must have the FEELING that you know it can’t fail for feelings are the subconscious’ way to communicates with you. Using your subconscious makes life so much easier.

At that point I quit my job so I had no crutch to fall back on and jumped in 100%. It was sink or swim. I swam. It was the BEST business decision I ever made. I was finally free…

Freedom!

It’s the freedom that makes you happy; money is just a nice side benefit. Like many I’ve talked to here: I wasn’t after the money. Rather I wanted to build a good business while being free of someone other person determining my livelihood, whether I was promoted, or even had a job (now that’s risk!). Having good intentions, knowing the universe will provide all that’s needed, that you already have all within yourself to succeed, and every day you are getting better and better; this is the right mindset for success. Positive energy.

Negative Energy Sucks.

Negative energy sucks out motivation. At first no one knew what I was doing, not my family, not my friends, no one, until the business was established. I kept things hushed because people would discourage me, ask why give up a “safe” career to mop floors (with retrospective realization, there was no risk). Even after word got out, word came in such as “You should sell the maid service and find a real job” or “are you still doing that house cleaning stuff?”. You can be the most confident person though humans are highly suggestible. What others say sink into the subconscious so protect it sacredness. You need to set consciously your own goals less others do it for you. As time went by I defriended pessimistic friends. I seek optimism. Today it’s the same with my businesses: negative, nasty customers are fired, resulting in less stressed, more productive people and a stronger businesses.

Life is good. Money is good.

You deserve to have freedom. I hope this helps and encourages you to take action to achieve your dream. You are blessed to experience this sliver of life in our little corner of the universe between two inconceivable infinities. Make the most of it! Henry Ford once said, “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t – you’re right”

 

 

How I Started Dallas Maids

May 20, 2014 by Dallas Maids

Celebrating Dallas Maids’ 10th year anniversary this month, I was thinking how I got started. Starting a maid service was originally an idea I had for my girlfriend at the time and her friend. They were wondering what to do with their lives so I suggested a maid service. Though it was not on whim; it was an idea I KNEW would work because I had all the things within myself to make it succeed. A determination a year in the making. Here is how I arrived at the idea of starting a professional house cleaning service.

1) Focus on wanting to start a business – During the past year or so I REALLY wanted to do my own thing. It was a thought that was engraved in my subconscious, giving my mind a direction, a goal.

2) Write down all your ideas – One day I decided to write down every idea I could think of. Though this is not the end… over the next year ideas popped in my mind, I might be driving in my car or on the toilet, if an idea popped in my head I wrote it down immediately. These ideas are the best because thoughts that “randomly” materialize are straight from the subconscious. You’ve given it a goal, now it’s working behind the scenes making numerous of calculations you would not normally be able to do consciously.

3) To find a good idea, have many ideas – After a year or so I had a long list of business ideas. I sat down and looked over them, picking a few that I felt had promise. Though the idea of a maid service appealed to me because I KNEW I would not fail. It’s this feeling you must have because if you know it won’t fail, it won’t. As Henry Ford once said, “Whether you think you can or can’t, you’re write”. If one does not pop up immediately put the list down and take a look at it a few days later. If THE ONE appears, you will know. Though if it doesn’t, don’t worry, keep adding ideas over the weeks, months, until you find it.

4) Jump in 100% – When you find your idea, as I did, ACT! Quit your job and jump in 100% If you hold onto your current job you will have a crutch that will be too easy to fall back on. After you quit and take the plunge you will be forced to sink or swim… and you will find swimming easier than you had thought. You will not fail.

After ex-girlfriend deciding not to start the cleaning business was the catalyst to get me to ACT because it was an idea I knew wouldn’t fail, an opportunity I could not pass up.

This is how I succeeded with Dallas Maids. The method outlined here is a similar method I read in a book years (can’t recall the book) after I started. This method is successful because you are using your subconscious mind to do most of the work. When you initially focused on the problem (such as finding a business idea) you are giving you subconscious mind a goal. So as you go about you daily business your subconscious works on the tedious details of making your goal happen while you enjoy your day. The solution that “spontaneously” “pops” in your mind is usually the correct one.

In summary, after a year you will have many ideas; to find THE idea, you need MANY ideas. The BEST idea surfaces in your thoughts, an idea you should FEEL it cannot fail. And there you go.

Then it’s only a matter of time, persistence, and fun for success.

I hope this helps aspiring business owners.

 

P.S. Check out http://dallasmaids.com/distinguish.htm, especially the “Note to the aspiring maid service entrepreneur” at the end.

P.S.S. A video we produced on how to start a house cleaning company:

P.S.S.S. You may also want to read a blog post on how to start a maid service: http://www.dallasmaids.com/how-to-start-a-maid-service/
 

 

 

6 Wildly Creative Cleaning Hacks for Every Room in Your House

May 16, 2014 by Dallas Maids

By Pamela Masin

Spring cleaning has arrived, but before you spend hours on end tidying up, use these experts’ shortcuts for how to get everything from your mattress to your bathtub looking brand new again.

 

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The Liquor That Doubles as a Mattress Refresher

Hold the tonic and lime — vodka has a new use that has less to do with your Saturday night and more to do with where you sleep when you arrive home. That’s right, vodka can be used as a way to clean your mattress, which is often an overlooked task, even though you sleep — i.e., sweat — on it every night. The alcohol kills odor-causing bacteria while it also disinfects the mattress—unlike cleaning sprays that often only mask smells with a scent. Not to mention a cheap 750-ml bottle (25.36 fluid ounces) of vodka costs less than $10, while a 16.9-fluid-ounce cleaning spray costs around $5 and won’t last nearly as long. This is why Jolie Kerr, cleaning expert and author of My Boyfriend Barfed in My Handbag and Other Things You Can’t Ask Martha, suggests vodka as an easy cleaning solution. Simply pour vodka into a spray bottle, distribute it evenly across your mattress by spritzing and leave it to air-dry before remaking your bed. “The key is to spritz the mattress lightly — you don’t want to saturate it, or else it will never dry,” says Kerr.

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The Spray That Gets Rid of Those Unmentionable Bedroom Invaders

Researchers at Alexandria University in Egypt found certain essential oils to be effective at killing dust mites—the invisible-unless-under-a-microscope creatures that tend to live in bedding, carpets, furniture and drapes. If you want to keep your allergies at bay, eucalyptus and clove were proven to be the most effective oils for eliminating household dust mites. Add around 10 drops of an oil in with your laundry detergent when you wash your sheets in hot water; fill a spray bottle with 1 quart of water and 20 drops of an oil to spray on upholstery; or, put baking soda in a sifter and add in 10 drops of an essential oil to shake across carpeting. Then leave the mixture on the floor for 30 minutes and vacuum it up.

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The Fruit That Cleans Your Microwave in a Zap

It’s bad enough that you completely blackened your bag of popcorn, but even worse when that distinct smell makes its way into every food you put in the microwave for weeks afterward — even after you have cleaned the microwave with soap and water. Tricky smells, such as from burnt foods, are easily absorbed into the microwave and take more than a good scouring to get rid of. Kerr says the easiest way to deodorize a microwave and clean it is to cut a lemon in half, sprinkle it with some kosher salt and then to scrub the microwave interior with it. “The scent of the lemon, combined with the citric acid will help to neutralize any lingering odors.” And for those of us who just wish the smell would go away on its own, this trick comes pretty close: Put a bowl of white vinegar in the microwave and shut the door. “You don’t even need to turn it on,” says Kerr. “Just let the vinegar work its magic for an hour, or so, and the smells will be gone.”

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The Salon Staple That’ll Keep Your Bathroom Sparkling

Sure, you’ve heard of Bar Keepers Friend as a way to remove rust rings from your bathtub, but there’s an easier solution to prevent those stubborn marks before they even start. Coat the undersides of your shaving-cream can, metal soap dish or any other rust-causing culprits with clear nail polish, which puts a protective layer between the item and your pearly white tub.

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The DIY Cleaning Solution That Works in Any Room

If your household is prone to drink and/or food spills, don’t waste money going through containers upon containers of cleaning wipes. Instead, make your own for a fraction of the cost with Fabulessly Frugal’s easy recipe, which includes items that are probably already lying around your kitchen: paper towels, vinegar, water, a few drops of dish soap and of an essential oil (although not necessary, the latter helps to mask the smell of vinegar). Then store them in Tupperware, or in an old container of store-bought wipes, and you’ll be a whole lot happier when you get your monthly bank statement.

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The Pillowcase Reuse That’s a Breeze

Ceiling fans do require a little extra effort to clean (“Where’s my step ladder, again?”), but Jill Nystul, the blogger behind One Good Thing by Jillee, shows us how to tackle the task in 30 seconds or less. Hook an old pillowcase over one fan blade at a time and wipe it backward. This removes all the grime and traps it inside the pillowcase without it falling to the ground—or, worse, in your eyes — so there are finally no more, “Oops, I have to re-sweep my floor,” moments.

 

 

 

Is Your Maid Stealing from You?

April 3, 2014 by Dallas Maids

Over the years I have heard horror stories from customers and cleaning service owners alike. One of worse was about a family returning from vacation to find their housekeeper gone. The housekeeper they had trusted for years, who was treated like part of the family decided to retire taking everything of value in the house before leaving the country. Recently I received an email from a concerned customer who was worried, writing he did “not want to feel insecure when someone is in [his] home wondering if [his] stuff will still be there… when they leave”. I am happy to explain why theft is NOT an issue at Dallas Maids; 1) our hiring process tests for honesty and 2) if an item is missing our people have the option to volunteer for a polygraph test.

Our 5-step interviewing procedure (the most selective interviewing process I know of in Dallas!) has two aspects that test for honesty: 1) information verification and 2) non-verbal analysis to detect deceit. First, from the initial phone interview to the in-office interview, data is collected that can be verified. Did the job candidate claim previous pay of $12.00 an hour but their former employer says $11.75 an hour – Applicant is not hire-able and is out. Did they indicate a clear driving record but driver license background check indicates it’s suspended – Out. Did they say they never had complications with the law though background check finds forgery fraud – WAY OUT! From background checks, driver license checks, employment verification and reference checks, we cross reference what was written or stated by the applicant with what our background research for any discrepancies or untruths; more of which I mention here. Second, the job applicant’s non-verbal actions are analyzed. A person is an open book for those that have studied body language, specifically lie detection. To a trained interrogator, it’s virtually impossible to get away with a lie. This is because the brain uncontrollably functions differently when engaged in a lie. Having read a mini library of books on the topic we’ve implemented this knowledge into our interviewing procedure. From body language to even the construction of a story, if you know what questions to ask and what to look for, detecting dishonesty is much easier than otherwise. With cameras set up throughout the office, reviewing the interview allows for even a more clear analysis of these non-verbal cues.

Sometimes items turn up missing and when they do, we’re ready! Our procedure is simple and strikingly effective. First, we ask the customer to wait a couple of weeks to see if the item turns up – 95% of the time, it does. Second, if the item doesn’t turn up, an employee will often pay for a polygraph themselves to clear their name. Dallas Maids will reimburse the employee once test is completed which is mentioned during orientation for new hires. And even though it is never mentioned again, employees appreciate this option to clear their name and save our reputation.

Honest staff is a necessity for customers who entrust us with their biggest investment, their home! and all personal possessions within. Dallas Maids is the only service that I know of that goes to this extent in protecting customers. From what customers and maid service owners have told me, theft is an issue in this industry. . .

. . . Just not with us.

 

 

$400 Gift Certificate for an Office Manager

April 1, 2014 by Dallas Maids

We're Hiring

CAN YOU HELP us find our next Office Manager?

There’s a $400 GIFT CERTIFICATE in it for you!

We have an Office Manager position to fill. If you know an irresistibly friendly individual who has a strong work and moral ethic, please send them to the office manager’s job description for Dallas Maids.

If we hire the person you recommend we will give you a $400 gift certificate!

 

 

 

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