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If you’re considering changing your cleaning company, you need to know about The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations Act 1981, or TUPE for short.
TUPE places a legal obligation on any contractor awarded a contract to offer the people currently employed at the premises the opportunity to continue their employment under the new management. Its purpose is to protect employees when a contract transfers from one company to another.
When Glenn takes over a cleaning contract, the first thing we do is sit down with you as our client to identify and address any areas of concern. We also sit down separately with your current cleaners to figure out their relationship with your existing cleaning management. Through encouragement and support, we work with your cleaners to find the best way forward, both for you and for them.
Glenn always puts quality first. That’s why we invest time and effort in the cleaners who work with us. In our twenty years in business, we’ve found that the most common issue in this industry is a lack of proper training. We’re a certified training centre for the British Institute of Cleaning Science with a rigorous training programme, so all our cleaners are as motivated and passionate as we are. They also gain industry certifications as they progress.
At Glenn, we’re proud of our boutique size. It means we can really get to know our clients and our cleaners. Our size also allows your account manager to focus properly on your cleaning requirements, meet regularly with your cleaners and respond quickly to feedback on your site.
It seems to be working, as clients tell us it’s how we relate and engage with them that makes all the difference. We really do care about the service we offer and make sure our cleaners are committed to giving you the best possible cleaning service.
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