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Should You DROP a Cleaning Job Because Your Client’s a Royal ‘Pain-in-the-Neck’?

Well, maybe – maybe not. Lord knows, some of the building contacts cleaning business owners have to deal with are, well frankly – NOT a ‘walk in the park’. But, is it bad enough to drop the job? Watch this video to hear Dan share a personal story and then some practical advice to help decide whether your ‘difficult’ client is worth hanging on to or not.

Before you’re done watching this fast paced video, Should You DROP a Cleaning Job Because Your Client’s a Royal ‘Pain-in-the-Neck’? you’ll learn some specific things to look for – to see it you’re better off hanging in there with a ‘difficult’ client or dropping them from your business altogether. Plus, you’ll hear why the story of ‘hanging in there’ can often have a happy ending.

Summary:

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2 Responses to “Should You DROP a Cleaning Job Because Your Client’s a Royal ‘Pain-in-the-Neck’?”

  1. Gene Pileggi says:

    How many months should you wait to be paid before ending your contract?

  2. Schticky says:

    Absolutely! My wife was asked to clean up after the dog and do someone’s laundry even though that was not part of the contract. It seems that some people have differing thoughts of what “the help” means.

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