Motivating Employees with School Tuition and Flexible Schedules

Franchisee Paula Dills-Friedrich of Frederick and Woodbine, MD, was featured in Cleaning Business Today for her program in which her employees were encouraged to create a flexible work schedule in order to take classes and work toward earning a degree. “I started a program to support my employees in completing their degrees because as a business woman, I know that if you’re ever going find professional success, you need an education,” Friedrich said. Click on the photo below to read the article.

Motivating Employees with School Tuition and Flexible Schedules

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