“Before I worked for ACW, they worked for me”. Business Development Executive Steve Dall’Armi shares his story as a former client turned employee of ACW.
When guests visit four- and five-star hotels and resorts, they expect a luxury experience. This has never changed and never will. What this experience looks like, however, is constantly evolving. Modern technology has changed the hotel industry and staying up to date is key. Here’s what you need to know.
Have you heard of the Internet of Things (IoT)? If not, it’s time to get up to speed. This network of everyday devices is quickly making its way into various sectors, including commercial cleaning. We explore what the IoT is and how it’s making your business cleaner and your life easier.
If your hotel has a pest problem, you don’t want guests to be the first to notice. At the same time, you shouldn’t have pest control professionals hanging around your venue. That’s why many management teams are now using sensor activated reporting systems to go behind the scenes and catch rodents and insects in the act.
Making your hotel more sustainable isn’t just the right thing to do – it can also help your business save money and increase profits. That’s because today’s guests are more concerned with environmental issues than ever before. Want to make sure you’re giving them the eco-friendly experience they’re after? Here’s how.
Being a landlord can be exhausting, particularly when you invest in commercial spaces. Looking after your property and keeping tenants happy is a critical part of the job, but can sometimes be a bit overwhelming. That’s where ACW Property comes in. Here are three clear signs you need our services.
Want to boost production at work? The answer could lie in cleaning up your space. A wide body of research – including a recent report by leading cleaning group VSR – shows that clean environments are more conducive to motivation and high-quality work. We explain why and you can create such a space for your employees.
More than ever before, older Australians want to age in place. This, of course, isn’t an option for everyone, including those with special care needs or early onset dementia. That’s where NewDirection Care comes in, a first-of-its-kind community that all Australian residential facilities could learn from.
More than 400,000 Australians have dementia, according to Health Direct. Many opt for aged care facilities due to the higher level of care given there. Is your facility doing enough to provide a safe and secure, yet autonomous environment for these residents?