There is the odd generational difference — she likes pen and paper, while he prefers digital devices — but, overall, this mother-and-son team are finding plenty of common ground. It has been almost a year since Caro Wedding, who is CrestClean’s Auckland West Regional Manager, employed her son Chris as her administration support person, and
CrestClean was proud to support close to 200 school leaders at two professional development days in Auckland recently. Auckland West Regional Manager Caro Wedding and North Harbour Regional Manager Neil Kumar joined forces to co-sponsor the Waitakere Area Principals Association’s (WAPA) Leadership Day and the North Shore Principals Association’s (NSPA) Summit Day. “Because our regional
CrestClean business owners in Auckland who attended an audit of their vehicles were applauded for maintaining high standards of compliance. Dozens of vehicles were inspected in the wide-ranging checks, which also covered equipment and materials used by the franchised owner-operators. Ian Noon, CrestClean’s Health Safety and Wellbeing leader, says it’s noteworthy that many business owners
Young dad Amit Singh says becoming his own boss through owning a cleaning franchise is one of the best decisions he’s made. Amit, who used to work as a spot welder before joining CrestClean, says the success of his business meant he and his wife Romita Rana Roy were soon able to get onto Auckland’s
It was congratulations all round when CrestClean personnel met at their regional manager’s home for a celebration morning tea. Caroline Wedding wanted to say a personal ‘thank you’ to her hardworking teams who’ve reached a personal milestone. The successful business owners received their certificates of long service over a cuppa and some yummy treats. Caroline
A determined CrestClean couple have managed to achieve what for many is the impossible dream. It’s through their hard work that Thang Hlawnceu and Van Par Hnem have been able to purchase a home of their own in Auckland. After years of renting they are loving the freedom of being homeowners for the first time.
The photo says it all. Their radiant smiles reflect the pride of officially becoming New Zealand Citizens. But minutes after posing for a keepsake snap of their happy moment, it was off with the glad rags and a quick change back into their CrestClean uniforms for Barbora Opavova and Dominik Drahoninsky. In an act of
He didn’t have to think twice when he heard the New Zealand Blood Service had enquired about extra cleaning for venues used by its mobile collection clinics. Wayne Ng was already carrying out cleaning and sanitising at the organisation’s Takapuna centre. It was not only work he was familiar with, it was something he loved
It might be uncomplicated and more than a bit repetitive but those carrying out the work just couldn’t be happier. In fact for the Altus Enterprises employees who bottle and label CrestClean’s Anti-Viral Sanitiser, it’s a task that also creates a strong feel-good factor that extends far beyond the satisfaction of a job well done.
CrestClean customers have been “blown away” by a specially-commissioned Christmas gift from Auckland West Regional Manager Caroline Wedding. And it’s all thanks to students at Avondale Intermediate School, who set to work designing a unique presentation package for jars of the school’s popular homemade organic marmalade. It all started when Caroline visited the school and
Senior teachers got some hands-on experience of CrestClean’s new education initiative that teaches kids about recycling. Spread over two separate days, members of the West Auckland Principals and the North Shore Principals’ Association attended a leadership day at Kumeu. During a break in proceedings, CrestClean’s Auckland West Regional Manager Caroline Wedding took the opportunity to
He’s become the school’s “Mr Fix-it” and nothing is too much trouble for Tagau Meleson. The carpenter and joiner, who has more than 40 years’ experience, has found his niche as the caretaker at Auckland’s Henderson Valley School. Whether he’s mowing lawns and gardening or carrying out general maintenance tasks, such as replacing faulty locks