Whether you’re tight on time or dread doing that much-needed deep-cleaning around the house, it may be worth calling in reinforcements.
Unfortunately, it can be difficult to find a cleaning company you truly feel good about hiring, but Well-Paid Maids wants to change that.
They are the region’s only living-wage cleaning company. What that means: Well-Paid Maids actually pays its employees a wage they can live off of — $20+/hour.
And their cleaners are employees, not just contractors, which means they receive a full benefits package, including health, dental and vision insurance; 22 paid days off a year; and 100% employer-paid commuting costs — just to name a few perks.
“Not only are our labor practices the right thing to do, but they also lead to better results for our customers,” explains Aaron Seyedian, the founder of Well-Paid Maids.
The company has been around since 2017 and has grown to a team of 15 employees and counting.
You can learn more about Well-Paid Maids’ mission, meet the employees and book a cleaning online.
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