Result-driven cleaning is particularly important when the output is measured. Time is one of the most important components when being result driven; cost is another one, which inevitably is associated with time itself. For hospitals, public washrooms and even hotels, it is important that cleaning bring a desired result in terms of low bacteria count. In general, marble floors need to have a certain gloss; again cleaning and maintenance in this case is result driven, as the intensity of the light reflected brings out the gloss of your marble. Marble that does not reflect light is a dull marble. In all, every cleaning task is measureable and therefore result driven.
In order to achieve better results in lesser time, we need to ensure that we evaluate the training we give to our employees, choose the right machines to perform the work, select the best cleaning materials that assist in achieving the desired results and make use of the new technologies available in the market.
About the Author: Tatjana Ahmed is the Chairwoman of the UAE Professional Housekeepers’ Group. She is also the Housekeeping Manager, Grand Hyatt Dubai and a Functional Specialist with the group.