With hygiene and sanitation continuing to be one of the most essential parts of businesses reopening and restoring consumer confidence, on-demand hospitality staffing platform Jitjatjo introduces its newest program: CleanDisinfect.
CleanDisinfect is centered on supplying on-demand, certified cleaners to retailers, restaurants, hotels, and more in New York City, Chicago, and Washington D.C. The talent comprises of vetted, W2, COVID-19 accredited cleaners, janitors/custodians, and disinfection technicians who are available to help businesses meet new health and sanitation standards in accordance with state and local guidelines. The workforce is assessed, interviewed, trained, background checked, reference checked, and available 24/7 on-demand.
CleanDisinfect also offers real-time analytics on its performance and the location of its team supporting your business.
This is the latest example of CEO/founder Tim Chatfield pivoting the business model and being an innovator in labor models and staffing solutions. Previously, Jitjatjo had set up the #hirehospitality campaign to inspire various industries to look to hospitality professionals, like bartenders, for temporary staffing needs during the current global pandemic.
Now, its CleanDisinfect program aims to tackle the next problem faced by the hospitality industry.
The CleanDisinfect Three-Step Process includes:
CleanDisinfect employs Cleaning Management Institute (CMI) Certified Custodians and Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) Certified Microbial Warriors.
The program is eager to share its resources and services with businesses and organizations in the three regions it serves. It will create opportunity for cleanliness confidence, as well as get people working as talent is able to take on shifts ongoing.
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Jitjatjo’s on-demand staffing platform helps employers find fully-vetted talent and gives workers access to job opportunities to combat the effects of COVID-19 on the labor force.
With millions of part-time jobs lost due to the pandemic, hospitality workers and businesses alike continue to find creative ways to reinvent themselves.