California’s AB 5 regulation changed the Labor Code and Wage Order regarding which workers or businesses can be classified as independent contractors. To establish independent contractor status, employers must satisfy these three criteria.
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Servicon partnered with a leading workforce technology company to help clients better allocate resources while lowering their expenses. Discover how this technology adds value by tracking labor hours, simplifying budgeting, streamlining billing, and more.
Servicon has achieved Tier 2 of Culver City’s Sustainable Business Certification. (CCSBCP, which acknowledges business practices that reduce water and energy consumption, prevent pollution, divert landfill waste, and uphold social responsibility.
Servicon was honored to be recognized by the LA Business Journal, making its list as one of California’s most Influential Family-Owned Businesses. Servicon vowed to continue to work to change the face of our industry in every aspect of its business
Servicon’s Chief Transformation Officer Tom Schurman answers questions on the challenges and rewards of implementing new technologies within the janitorial and custodial industries. He even touches on why new generations should consider a career at Servicon.
AB 1978, the Property Service Worker Protection Act, is the most important new legislation to impact the janitorial industry in California. It is the latest California law designed to move the janitorial industry into a modern and transparent service industry....
Smart healthcare administrators understand the vital role of EVS in reducing HAIs, promoting safety, and improving patient satisfaction scores, but in-house teams can prove expensive. If you outsource, you can check a provider’s quality by reviewing it EVS training program.
Key Performance Indicators (KPI) can make or break any business decision. The cleaning industry is no different. Here are the five KPIs that your cleaning company should be reporting to you
Servicon is a janitorial company that works with many high-security facilities. We feel strongly about protecting your sensitive information at all levels. These three tips will keep your facility secure when working with outside service providers.
The California Labor Commission found The Cheesecake Factory and its janitorial contractor and subcontractor jointly liable for more than $4.5 million in lost custodial wages and fines. The SB-588 law holds all parties involved liable for labor violations.
The benefits of Internet of Things (IoT) devices are of great interest to many facility managers directly responsible for budget control, staff optimization, and tenant experience. Discover how IoT can help you meet your facility maintenance and custodial goals.
Servicon held a special event to honor 36 field employees who have been with the company for 20+ years. The luncheon included congratulatory remarks; an awards presentation; and personalized rewards, exclusive presents, and gift cards for honorees.
“Work Together to Work Safely” – Servicon Systems Janitorial Services Winning Tagline For Safe and Healthy Program
Servicon District Manager Johanna Tomm won a $200 prize for the “Work Together to Work Safely” tagline she came up with for Servicon’s Safe and Healthy program. The tagline speaks to Servicon’s belief in collaboration to accomplish common goals.
Servicon’s award-winning Mahdesian Learning Center and Client Innovation Hub is the first building in Culver City to earn LEED-Platinum, certifying it as a model in sustainability. It provides the perfect learning environment and facility for local events.
Servicon’s Chief Transformation Officer Tom Schurman is a people-focused leader with 20+ years of experience in transformation management, leadership development, and technology innovation in various industries. Find out what brought him to Servicon.
Servicon Systems INC. Chairman Michael Mahdesian Elected to Board of Directors of Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce
Servicon Systems Inc. Chairman Michael Mahdesian has been nominated and confirmed to serve as a member of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce (LACC) Board of Directors for a three-year term, beginning in 2017.