Well, it looks like my wife got a promotion at work (yay). I told her last night that if she wanted to get a cleaning service for the house, particularly during the warm months when I’m busy working and playing outside that it would be OK with me.
We started talking about it and one aspect struck me. My wife tells me that we need to supply the cleaning service with chemicals and tools, like vaccuum.
I kinda figured they’d provide that stuff. If you are being judged by how well you clean a house, then wouldn’t it behoove you to use equipment that you trust and are comfortable with? What if I bought you the absolute bargain basement crap and then fired you because you weren’t getting the house clean and then told all my neighbors and friends not to hire you.
That’s a hell of a way to run a small business. It seems like the person who owns the small business would want to be in complete control of the finished product and leave nothing to chance.
Is this the way it’s always done?? Thanks