The Manager's Course

Accelerate your cleaning business with the course that teaches you how to attract, hire, and manage your cleaning staff.



Online courses take little to start because your knowledge is the product. We'll show you what tools you can use that cost nothing to start.


Online courses will instantly raise your authority which can open the door to other exciting opportunities.


Creating an online course means you can be selling your product all the time, giving you a source of sustainable revenue.

Templates and Downloads

Get all the administrative documents you need, editable in MS Word:

  • Non-Compete Agreement
  • Employee Orientation Manual
  • Employee Self-Assessment
  • Employee Warning Letter
  • Job Audition Evaluation Form
  • Job Interview Questions
  • Reference Check Questions
  • Residential Cleaning Checklist
  • Sales Copy for Email
  • Service Agreement with Clients
  • Working Interview Timesheet

Here's What You'll Learn

The most important part of your cleaning business is your staff. Jillian Pearse (HR specialist who worked closely with my million-dollar maid service since 2008) and I cover everything, including: structuring your business, finding dream employees, job interviews and job offers, staff orientation, training, performance management and reviews, staff development and motivation, communicating, all the issues we encountered in 7 years, and how to solve every one of them. Fast-track your cleaning business to success by getting the inside scoop on how I ran my business, solved problems, and created a maid service I absolutely loved, which became a million-dollar maid service!

Topics Covered

Will you offer single cleaners or teams of two? What uniforms should your staff wear? How often are you going to meet with your staff? How will you send their schedule out? What do you pay them and do you need to pay for mileage, travel time, breaks? What about customer tips and bonuses? 

What type of person is the best type of house cleaner? What qualities are essential and which typically prized qualities are NOT important at all? Where should you advertise and what should your job ad say (and NOT say?) How can you attract the absolute best cleaning staff in the city?

How and where do you conduct interviews? Which exact questions do you ask to find out who is going to be a terrific employee? Which questions are a waste of time? How do you offer someone a job? Which types of questions should you ask their references?

When do you orient a new employee? (It's not when you think). How should you structure this process for maximum efficiency and help them retain the information? How can you dazzle them right from the start so they fall in love with their new job and love cleaning? 

How do you teach them to clean? Who teaches them to clean? How long should it take? When cleaning in teams, who does what? How do you teach them to do estimates? How do you train them to be professional representatives of your company and to handle problems and find solutions?

Who evaluates your cleaning staff, how often, and how? How do I document their performance? What if they get complaints? If they clean in teams of two, how do you know which employee is responsible for a complaint?

How do you keep staff happy and fulfilled? How do you help them improve and become better at cleaning? How do you help them develop their skills and grow? How do you build a loyal, shining team so your cleaning business is a huge success?

How do you talk to your employees without being condescending? How do you get their respect while still being friendly and fun? How do you handle their texts and emails? What do you do when you have to contact them after hours? How do you respond to their personal problems? How do you deliver bad news and talk about awkward issues?



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