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
Connections were forged and CrestClean’s reputation in the healthcare sector strengthened at this year’s Rotorua General Practice Conference and Medical Exhibition (GPCME). It is the second time CrestClean has attended the annual event and once again it was an extremely positive experience. Held at the Rotorua Energy Events Centre, it was attended by more than
With its crisp white walls and brightly coloured mural featuring successful teams from around the country, CrestClean’s new Rotorua office is a joy to work in, says Regional Master Franchisees Sonia and Mark Fredrick. Located on Whakaue Street, in the heart of the city, it “fits the bill for everything we were wanting”, says Mark.
CrestClean’s twice-yearly vehicle audits kicked off in the Central North Island last week, and it’s shaping up to be the best year yet, says Health, Safety and Wellbeing Leader Ian Noon. “It’s been really successful so far. The general standard of presentation is very high and the franchisees all seem to be happy,” says Ian.
CrestClean’s Managing Director heaped praise on the company’s local business owners at the annual team meeting in Rotorua. Grant McLauchlan said the company’s turnover has grown by 12.4 percent nationally in the past financial year and the Rotoura region had played an important part in that increase. “We’ve become a reputable and well-known brand in
Just like the martial arts passion that keeps him fighting fit, his role as a CrestClean Quality Assurance Co-ordinator keeps Woo Sung Lee on his toes. The 41 year old, an accomplished Taekwondo master, has proved to be a high-flyer within the company and is loving his new job. Tauranga-based Woo Sung made a
Carpet care expert Kent Wilkinson has gone supersize with a new vehicle that has the space and grunt to cope with his expanding Taupo business. When it came to a vehicle suitable for the job, his choice of a Nissan NV350 ticked all the boxes, he says. “We can carry a lot more equipment around.
Everyone wanted to shine when it came to who could do the best job cleaning windows. And with their efforts being crystal clear to onlookers, it was no wonder things got a bit competitive during a training course for these Rotorua and Taupo franchisees. Overseeing everything was Joe Singh, a Master Cleaners Training Institute trainer
Running his own cleaning business couldn’t be a better fit for Kamal Singh. The 26-year-old franchisee happily confessed that having things clean and tidy is a passion that extends to all areas of his life, and cleaning has become a bit of a ‘hobby’ that he really enjoys. And after a day cleaning for his
When Nancy Nadan took a shine to a fellow McDonald’s worker she soon realised it would be up to her to make the first move. She’d heard from other staff that Kent Wilkinson liked her, so she decided to pluck up the courage to invite him out one evening when they finished their shift at
The CrestClean sponsored Amphibious Microlight has spent the last three months clocking up air miles throughout the North Island. Pilot Derek Holmes has enjoyed seeing Auckland, the Coromandel, Bay of Plenty and Taupo from the air as well as meeting people who are interested in the unique aircraft. “I love it,” he says. “It’s great
A number of franchisees were recognised for their hard work and commitment at the Rotorua, Taupo and Whakatane team meeting. Damitha Gamage, Lalith Degambada, Wen Ding Lin and Kim Cheng received their British Institute of Cleaning Sciences (BICSc) Cleaning Professional Skills Suite and their Master Cleaners Training Institute Module 2 completion certificates. Jatinder Singh, Komal