Mileage Pay for Cleaning Employees: 016: Bregina Jordan

  • December 30, 2015
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Mileage Pay

Mileage Pay for Cleaning Employees

If you own a cleaning company and have employees- you have dealt with mileage pay at some time or another.

Should you provide mileage pay for your employees? Company cars? Pay for gas? Maintenance on their cars? Listen in and find out…

Here are some snippets of genius from today’s episode…

  • Lack of clairty is going to set you up for problems with employee transportation and compensation 
  • Learn a simple and fair system for drivetime compensation 
  • Managing a fleet of cars for your employees is another full time job 
  • You’re only as good as your help
  • Insurance is NOT optional in the Cleaning Industry 

Are you having a hard time managing, maintaining and paying for company vehicles? How about keeping your employees happy when it comes to paying for driving between accounts?

Today Mike coaches Regina from Perfection Cleaning Services  of Tampa on setting expectations around  travel and maintenance costs for employees of cleaning companies.

Today’s guest is Bregina Jordan from Perfection Cleaning Services of Tampa. Bregina woke up one day  a single parent of 3 with no time to keep her house neat and tidy. Disappointed with the cleaning services she tried hiring, Bregina saw a need for a Tampa area, family owned cleaning business that cared about their clients. Perfection Cleaning Services of Tampa and a perfect podcast guest was born!

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Current Mileage Rates per the good ole IRS- IRS Employee Mileage Standards

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Comments

4 Comments

  1. Denisha Wiggins

    I would love to hear your view about the gas/mileage/maintenance reimbursement for the cleaners.

    Reply
    • Nathalie Campion

      Hey Denisha, you pay them for their time and then add whatever your state’s required mileage reimbursement suggestion is 🙂

      Reply
  2. MARY BOBOWIEC

    So if you pay travel time by reimbursing gas mileage… then what about the team member that isn’t driving? Do you then pay hourly wage to both of them, plus mileage reimbursement for the driver?

    Reply
    • Nathalie Campion

      Yes

      Reply

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