We’re giving away more than just Easter eggs this month. In fact, this might be one of our biggest giveaways ever!
Australia is in the midst of the worst drought in living memory. Dry seasons of low rain fall, combined with soaring summer temperatures means that many farmers can’t feed their cattle or grow their crops.
The safety and well-being of people and our planet is paramount. That’s why it is important to be environmentally conscious when dealing the consumables required to replenish, clean and maintain the facilities of the workplace or school.
Housekeeping management is at the core of hotel operations and can make the difference between a reputed hotel and one that guests are unlikely to visit again. The primary housekeeping duty is to ensure the cleanliness and orderliness of hotel rooms and to ascertain that they are properly stocked with the supplies to which guests are entitled. A hotel housekeeping manager not only supervises housekeepers in conducting their duties but also investigates any complaints guests make and takes corrective action.
The Canteen Manager has responsibility for authorising purchases/ordering necessary products and produce to deliver a menu in line with the Nutrition in Schools Policy. The Canteen Manager has responsibility for the management of the Canteen and direction of Canteen assistants and volunteers. It is therefore essential that a reliable, value driven supplier is on hand for those last minute requirements for canteen supplies.
The service manager oversees the service department and is responsible for controlling costs, building a loyal client base, maintaining good employee relations and providing them with comfortable facilities, as well as setting and obtaining sales and profit objectives and maintaining service records Additionally, they must satisfy service concerns of all Customers, ensure that service is performed at the highest level and operate the department profitably. With juggling so many tasks in the fast paced and competitive automotive sector, requiring essential supplies to ensure employee satisfaction is a must.
For the operations manager: your key responsibility is to ever sharpen productivity in your workplace and ensure minimum downtime & wastage of valuable resources. You measure your Delivery In Full On Time (DIFOT) and hold yourself accountable to continual and never ending improvement around these numbers.
A facilities manager is responsible for making sure that buildings and their services meet the needs of the people that work in them. They are accountable for services such as cleaning and general maintenance to make sure the surrounding environment is in a suitable condition to work.