Crystal Clean Service Expands to Over 70 Employees with Advent of New Contracts

10th June 2016

Sheffield based commercial cleaning company Crystal Clean Service has secured six new key contracts that has taken their staff levels to over 70 employees for the first time in the company's history.

Hayley Gillbard, managing director of Crystal Clean, said -It has been a great start to the year with us securing six new contracts from six opportunities. This will also take our staff numbers to over 70, a major milestone for Crystal Clean Service. To support this expansion we have also appointed two new supervisors Claire and Yusuf and we now have a dedicated HR resource to support our management processes. Crystal Clean Service has secured contracts with The Floow, OnDrives Ltd, Datim Supplies, Localphone Ltd and Neepsend Triangle Business Park. Claire Walker joins Crystal Clean Service as an area supervisor for the Rotherham and Sheffield area, with responsibility for 12 cleaning staff operating on the morning shift, ensuring standards are met and training new members within her area. Yusuf Abubakar also takes up a position as an area supervisor, with responsibility for sites across the Sheffield area and 19 members of staff. -As we expand our operations, we have recruited personnel into supervisory roles that can ensure our exacting standards are met and that customers continue to receive the quality of service they have come to expect, concluded Gillbard.

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