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Cleaning
Feb
2
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2021

Cleaning through Covid: What's life like for a pro cleaner during Covid-19?

For most people life in the pandemic means working from home, getting your shopping delivered and wearing a mask outside. For professional cleaners though, it’s been a slightly different adjustment, but our family of pro cleaners have done amazingly to adapt, as we all do our best to protect both cleaner and customer.
Insurance
Jan
9
:
2021

Risk in Recruitment

Recruitment might not be the first one to come to mind when you think of risk. It is however important to understand that the risk in recruitment comes more from the amount of people involved, the roles that they will fill, and the processes that come with it all.
Construction
Nov
28
:
2020

Top 10 Facts about Noise Pollution

“Hey you! Turn that music down! Don’t you know it’s bad for your ears?” High levels of noise, especially over longer periods, can cause significant damage to our ears. That’s why, in our quest to educate and entertain, sometimes simultaneously, we’ve cobbled together our top 10 facts about pesky noise pollution.
Insurance
Nov
12
:
2020

Challenges facing the construction industry

Between the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, and the challenges of a rapidly changing market, it hasn’t been the easiest time for business owners and workers in the construction space, to say the very least. Especially when it comes to risk, professionals in the sector now have a lot more on their minds and more challenges to face.
Startups
Nov
1
:
2020

How To Recruit The Right People For Your Startup

A strong startup is made up of employees who are passionate, determined and well-rounded. Without the right team of employees, coming up with an amazing idea and successfully executing it can prove to be extremely difficult - and both play a vital role in the success of a business. So how exactly do you recruit the right people for your startup?
Construction
Sep
17
:
2020

Women in Construction

Breaking into a traditionally male-dominated industry can be terrifying. Being the only woman in a boardroom of men can be stressful. Being a trailblazer for your gender in a field can be nerve-wracking. So how do we get more women into the construction industry?