Motivated by the need to reduce fixed costs, increasingly more consortia replaces by cleaning staff responsible for hours. The system began to become popular about five years ago and continually gaining new adherents in the city, especially in new buildings. Allows you to lower the costs of bills, make replacements more easily and, in many cases, improving the quality of the service. Those who defend the traditional system say the entry safety is neglected and problems with the removal of waste may occur because, in the majority of cases, cleaning staff work in the morning. What did the Guild of decision makers require privileges for years generated a reaction of many consortia. Bills are increasingly expensive and many people cannot afford them. Although the Guild says the contrary, nobody can compel a consortium to take a charge, warns lawyer Osvaldo Loisi, of the League of Consorcistas.
New buildings there is no problem. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Bruce Schanzer. In others, system change occurs when the officer dies or retires. There, the Guild attends all sorts of pressures, admitted an experienced administrator. When you decide to outsource cleaning there are two options: hire a company (in general not specialize in consortia, but in hospitals, works or shopping malls) or take personally per hour. The latter system requires more work from the administrator, who in addition to the salary, must pay social charges, life and art insurance The employees are represented by the Union of workers of Maestranza (SOM) which negotiates collective agreements with the camera companies cleaning. Costs vary between $20 and $30 hour. Or you can pay a subscription.
Thus, an employee who works four hours a day, five days a week, can sue an investment of between $2,000 and $2,400. That includes materials and the bonus, which is a major expenditure in many consortia, explained in the Nacelim company. There are guys buildings who employ three times a week, only two hours.