Hillyard's Training and Development Department has been recognized for their work in eLearning by Elearning! Magazine.The department was ranked in the top 50 in the private sector for the 2018 Learning! 100 Award. This award recognizes top global learning organizations for their high performance, innovation and culture, according to the release.
Our experience shows that providing clean, safe, healthy facilities at the lowest total cost is more than just a product procurement-driven decision. In fact, product procurement is just a small part of the total cleaning results equation. It takes more; it takes people and process to drive cleaning results. And, it takes a structured approach for people and processes to succeed. An approach focused on evaluating the current state, standardizing best practice products and processes, training for success, and utilizing management tools that improve outcomes.
Evaluate the Current State
Evaluating your cleaning program versus accepted best practices is a critical first step to clean, safe, healthy facilities. It will provide insight into the gaps that need to be bridged so you can build a road map for success. Help is available to evaluate your current state of clean. Hillyard, with over 100 years of experience, has developed an app-based best practice evaluation system that helps improve custodial department results. The system collects and analyzes data on current cleaning processes, products, and outcomes. Based on the data collected, it provides a written report that identifies opportunities for improvement. Additionally, recommendations are presented outlining the best practices that can be implemented to improve cleaning outcomes and lower the total cost of cleaning.
Standardize on Best Practice Products and Processes
You may have heard the line: people don't fail, systems fail. It's especially true in cleaning industry. A lack of systems or systems that are too complicated fail cleaning staff all the time. With over 75% of a cleaning budget dedicated to labor cost, it's critical to simplify the cleaning process and standardize the product offering. Standardization simplifies training. Training provides the pathway to cleaning success.
June 22, 2016
More and more, employers are looking for an innovative way to attract and retain skilled employees. Studies show that one of the main reasons employees leave a company is a dissatisfaction with professional development efforts.
Founded in 1907, Hillyard is a leading manufacturer and distributor of cleaning and hygiene solutions that understands the importance of professional development in maintaining the cleanest facility at the lowest total cost. That's why, over the years, Hillyard has continued to invest and develop in Hillyard University.
Hillyard University is a tool to help managers and staff build their professional skills by blending on-site, off-site, and online learning. Hillyard U helps educate best practice cleaning processes, regulatory compliance and industry trends. By helping managers and staff improve professionally, Hillyard U seeks to lower a facility's cleaning costs and improve its cleaning results.
Hillyard University on-site includes customized training tools and provides hands-on teaching and training from Hillyard consultants. Formal off-site learning opportunities include regional all-day seminars that address a wide range of facility management topics.