If you’re looking to set-up your own cleaning business but don’t really know where to start, becoming part of a franchise is a great first step to take.

Franchising offers the chance to begin your business within the structure of a recognised brand that offers assistance and advice as you build and establish your company.

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Next month sees the return of 'National Work Life Week', a UK-wide awareness campaign that offers an opportunity for employers and employees to discuss and learn about the importance of maintaining a good work/life balance.

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One of the main benefits of becoming a franchise owner is the opportunity to run your own business and to be your own boss. This is an attractive proposition for many reasons, with first time franchisees indicating a range of factors that make self-employment highly beneficial, and not only from a financial perspective.

Here we look at just some of the ways that starting a cleaning franchise can have significant benefits to your personal fitness, mental health and general wellbeing.

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Running a business can provide a lifetime of benefits, but you need to stay organised and on top of everything happening. Organising your schedule, team and office space can help to improve productivity and reduce downtime.

There are a few simple hacks that can make the biggest of changes in your work life organisation, helping your day run more smoothly:

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If you own a cleaning franchise and have a busy period of business ahead, it might be time to employ some short-term support to help lighten the load.

To help you make the right choice we’re listed some important factors to consider when taking on new members of staff on a temporary basis.

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As your cleaning franchise grows and becomes more profitable, demand for your services is likely to keep on growing. This leaves many franchisees in a position where they need to hire support staff for the first time.

Employing staff is a key part of running a business and a sure-fire sign that your company is performing well, but choosing the right employees can be tricky, especially if you have no previous experience when it comes to recruiting.

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