Rachelle and her team started cleaning Kapiti Day Hospital in late 2023. In just a few short months, Rachelle was recognised by the hospital’s CEO, Kate Wang, for her willingness to go above and beyond. Describing Rachelle as friendly, flexible and helpful, Kate expressed that she would be happy to see Rachelle stay on permanently.
CrestClean is celebrating the completion of the Aspire2 Workplace Communication Programme by all its Regional Master Franchisees. The programme is aimed at enhancing professional capabilities and covers a variety of topics, including verbal and non-verbal communication, delegation, conflict resolution and active listening. In recognition of the achievement, a graduation ceremony was held at CrestClean’s Auckland
Two experienced CrestClean business owners in Wellington have risen through the ranks to take up senior training roles. Naval Gupta and Naseem Shariff have been appointed as Regional Trainers for Master Cleaners Training Institute (MCTI) in Wellington and Hutt Valley. But before being selected the pair had to meet strict criteria to be eligible, says
Starting in the cleaning industry at “ground level” gave her the passion and inspiration to aim for a senior management position with CrestClean. Shareen Raj, CrestClean’s new Regional Master Franchisee for Palmerston North, says being appointed to the key role is a dream come true and the experience of being a franchisee has been invaluable.
When he heard about the opportunities Crest was offering, Hardeep Singh didn’t have to think twice. As a grocery manager at a Wellington Countdown store, Hardeep had a vision that one day he’d be working for himself and owning his own business. By chance he discovered his dream could be realised sooner than he thought
Cleanliness and hygiene are paramount at a medical centre. And CrestClean franchisee Meleka Luli takes great personal pride in making sure nothing gets missed on her watch at Paraparaumu Medical Centre. And her hard work and dedication to detail has not gone unnoticed by Philip Wilson, CrestClean’s Wellington Quality Assurance Co-ordinator. Philip said: “Meleka does
First impressions are very important – for schools and commercial cleaners. To prepare for the new year, Otaki School decided to do a full Term Clean during the Christmas holiday and Principal Chris Derbidge called in CrestClean for the one-off job. Kapiti Coast franchisee Tepuke Pola and his team ticked all the boxes on Crest’s
CrestClean sponsored Kiani Tahere is continuing to excel in her athletic endeavours. The young woman from Otaki, who receives support from CrestClean’s Regional Director for Kapiti Coast and Palmerston North Steve O’Connell, has been chosen for summer season’s Norths Women’s Rugby Sevens, one of Wellington’s top teams. She’s also been picked for the Under-18 Women’s Rec
The gloves were on for a bit of fun after a recent training course for Kapiti Coast’s CrestClean team. Five franchisees attended a Module 2 Assessment, held over three days in August with Adam Hodge, National Training Manager for Master Cleaners Training Institute. All five franchisees successfully completed their British Institute of Cleaning Sciences assessment,
CrestClean sponsored Kiani Tahere has been selected for the Wellington Under 18 Rugby side. Since 2013, Crest’s Kapiti Coast and Palmerston North Regional Manager Steve O’Connell has been supporting Kiani, first on the Touch Kapiti Horowhenua Under 15 Girls team. Steve says he was initially connected to Kiani and her team through the local primary
This years Wellington Regional Primary Principals Association (WRPPA) conference was held at Te Papa in Wellington and provided CrestClean Regional Managers a chance to network with local principals. Regional Managers from Wellington, Hutt Valley/Wairarapa and Palmerston North/Kapiti Coast attended the conference and have all said it was a great event and a good opportunity to
It was a beautiful day on the Kapiti Coast for CrestClean franchisees and their families. The region’s teams gathered at Otaihanga Domain for an annual celebration of the Christmas holidays. Kids played games and splashed about in the Waikanae River while adults prepared food. Kai moana was the delicacy of the day, with crayfish, raw