How to tell if your housekeeper is good at housekeeping
If you’ve ever had to deal with an angry and frustrated housekeeper, then you’re probably familiar with the feeling of being constantly threatened and frustrated, even when your house is tidy and well-kept.
But does the quality of the housekeeper actually matter?
Is your housekeeping a waste of time?
Is it worth the hassle?
We wanted to find out for ourselves and give you our honest assessment of the pros and cons of housekeeping, starting with the most important and least-known pros and the cons of the worst housekeepers in America.
First things first, we wanted to make sure we’re talking about the same thing.
We’re talking only about good housekeeping professionals, and not just those who are currently employed by housekeeping houses.
So, we’re going to assume you’re a person who is currently employed in a home cleaning or housekeeping business, or who might be looking to get your housekeepers job.
If you’re an entrepreneur or a freelancer, we might not have a clear-cut answer for you.
The only way to know for sure is to ask.
When choosing a housekeeper you might also want to consider:Are you willing to put up with a lack of attention, a lack-of-energy, and an inability to meet deadlines?
Do you have an aversion to the idea of working long hours?
Do you think that your home-cleaning business is a risk to your own safety?
Are you looking to improve your social life?
If the answers to these questions are yes to any of these, you’re in the right place to start your homekeeping career.
We want to help you find a professional who’s the right fit for your family and your business.
To find out more about home cleaning and housekeeping in the United States, check out our home cleaning guide, our homekeeping guide, or our housekeeping guide for more information.