The Cue Card is a quality control communications tool we leave for the client after completing our service call. It serves a couple of different purposes.
It not only documents that the service call was made on a certain date but also ensures accountability on the part of the worker by requiring them to (much like an artist) sign their work (see right side of form).
The form allows our customers to ask questions or give us feedback on our services. The Cue Card below came in recently.
It was filled out by a number of the employees of the organization. As you can see the first one states:
Our office morale has dramatically improved
We experience this type of response over and over again. Employees approach us while we are doing our work and tell us how grateful they are for our services.
I will never forget one client that was part of a national chain. They changed managers almost every year. Usually when a new manager arrives, one of the first things they will do is examine expenses and fire our service. In this case, however, as soon as a new manager arrived; the employees would go to them and let them know that our service was not disposable. They conveyed what it was like before our service began and let the new manager know that they did not want a return to that situation again. As a result of the advocacy of these employees, we survived (six) 6 new managers. It was only when corporate took away local control of some areas of decision making that we were fired.
If you need to improve employee morale; hiring a restroom cleaning service like Washroom Wizard! is an extremely good way to start.