If you are old enough to remember such school days, you always had a good janitor. Generation X’ers might be a bit further away from the truth purely because their janitors were a lot more distant. But this has nothing to do with human behavior, personality and cultural clashes. It has a lot more to do with professional trends. Janitors have moved on. Today’s professional janitorial services in Chicago are actually not that far removed from how they might have been in the old days.
There might well be one or two 21st century tweaks here and there but that’s just about it. For instances, janitors are no longer lone wolves. They work for commercial cleaning companies. There’s also a franchise network spreading its tentacles all across the country. It can do that because there most certainly is a growing demand for its services. Today’s janitors no longer rely on intuition alone, as well as instinct, the handyman knack to find solutions to impossible solutions.
They no longer need to clutch solely on their common decency alone. New techniques and work rate organograms help them to get things done a lot more quickly and perhaps even with a greater deal of efficiency than ever before. Today, there certainly does appear to be a need for this commercial drive. The world is a far different place from the one your grandma and granddad may have grown up in. But do expect the local janitor in your building to still tip his cap and bid you a good morning in a manner of speaking.
After all, you do still check your customers or clients with the traditional ‘have a nice day now’ greeting after servicing them to the best of your ability.