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Aaron D. Glazar

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Aug 22, 2022

Action Listed on Inc. 5000 List for 2nd Consecutive Year

Posted by Aaron D. Glazar

Topics: news

Feb 4, 2021

HAI (Healthcare-Associated Infections) Reduction Strategies

Posted by Aaron D. Glazar
Overview Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs) are a transfer of secondary infections to a patient while convalescing in a healthcare facility. For example, a patient enters the hospital for a routine appendectomy and picks up an MRSA infection while in the facility. Assuming the patient contracted the MRSA infection while in the...

Topics: Facility Cleaning

Feb 13, 2020

Stopping the Spread of the Coronavirus.

Posted by Aaron D. Glazar
Action Unlimited Resources values the relationships with our customers and understands there is a lot of information and sadly some misinformation concerning the coronavirus. Recently our Sales and Management Teams at Action Unlimited attended a coronavirus Webinar informing us on the current prevention preparedness of the virus for...

Topics: Cleaning Tips

Nov 7, 2019

19 Essentials for Custodial Staff Training & Development Excellence

Posted by Aaron D. Glazar
A company’s greatest assets are its people. This phrase is used to describe the value of human capital in organizations across many industries. Yet “people problems” continue to be some of the most frustrating issues facing managers and organizations. In-house and contract cleaning custodial staff are certainly no exception.

Topics: Employees and Labor

Jun 7, 2018

The single most important quality of the best employee

Posted by Aaron D. Glazar
As a child in gym class, you may remember as the teacher picked team captains and then captains picked their teams. Students stood in a group as those captains chose: the fastest, the strongest, the player with the desired skill. Just like your business today, those team captains of your youth were hoping to build the best team to...

Topics: Employees and Labor

May 10, 2018

How do I listen to customer feedback if I can’t hear what they’re saying?

Posted by Aaron D. Glazar
For as long as I can remember I was taught the importance of listening. You were given one mouth and two ears for a reason, I was told. Seek first to understand (by listening), then to be understood (by speaking).

Topics: Guest Experience

Mar 8, 2018

Are you Exposed to Thieves that Hack Email?

Posted by Aaron D. Glazar
If you consider yourself a tech guru, internet security expert, or extremely knowledgeable when it comes to the latest in IT, this story may prove to be too basic for you. However, if you use email frequently but aren’t a “tech expert,” this story may provide a few valuable tips that could save you time, money, and a whole lot of...

Topics: Workplace Safety

Jan 11, 2018

8 Most Common Customer Complaints About Restrooms

Posted by Aaron D. Glazar
There’s been quite a buzz about the quality of the customer experience in the last several years. Both online and brick and mortar business understand that “the experience” is a critical facet of gaining and retaining customers. There is, however, one part of the customer experience that is repeatedly underserved: the restroom.
Nov 30, 2017

Protecting Yourself From Sick Employees in the Workplace

Posted by Aaron D. Glazar
It starts with a tickle in the throat, an annoying little cough, itchy eyes, and body aches… there it is, seasonal illness. Now comes a few days to more than a week of feeling sick while the body fights off the bacteria or virus before finally returning to good health. It’s no wonder we all prefer not to shake hands with a person...
Oct 19, 2017

Why Are Women's Restroom Lines Longer?

Posted by Aaron D. Glazar
May 4, 2017

A Facility Manager's Guide to the Best Hand Soap Program

Posted by Aaron D. Glazar
For the Facilities Manager or another person responsible for building health and cleanliness, these nagging conversations may be all too familiar.

Topics: Healthy Cleaning

Apr 13, 2017

Coming Down with Something Again? Hand Soap May Be the Best Prevention

Posted by Aaron D. Glazar
The common cold, the flu, a stomach bug, chills, an aching body, sore throat, and a runny nose… These are things we’d all prefer not to experience. Imagine saving your days off for enjoyment instead of staying home while you or your family recover from illness. Just imagine, a world without other people’s sick-days adding to your...

Topics: Healthy Cleaning