It’s common industry knowledge that 90 percent of facility maintenance costs are tied to labor. That’s a large expense, and yet most organizations continue to focus their attention on the 10 percent of their budget allocated to custodial product.
Having a facility management strategy that includes a focus on lowering overall cost is important, but it can’t by itself solve the biggest challenge today — which is driving more efficiency and productivity out of the people in charge of cleaning the buildings. With limited resources and budgets to hire, smart facility managers need to explore strategies focused on both sides of the cost equation — product and labor.
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