Orchid Maids, a reputable cleaning company based in Norwich, CT, has once again shown a conscious effort to make a positive change in its community. Shellena Pitterson, the company’s co-founder, owner and CEO, was one of the presenters at the “Connecticut Economic Development Summit”. The event took place at the Yale School of Management on Whitney Avenue in New Haven, CT.
She shared her own successful experience addressed the issues that hinder the strengthening of her community’s economic resilience. Ms. Pitterson also spoke about the hiring difficulties she herself has faced on several occasions. Furthermore, she discussed two possible solutions for filling the available positions and propelling the local economy. The first suggestion was to focus on targeted education and training programs and the other one concerned an immigration reform.
“I’ve made great effort to offer favorable compensations and also to ensure I’m flexible with my employees. I think these are some of the key factors that can make workers feel appreciated and attract new professional employees to a business. However, hiring is still a big issue. In my opinion, job training and workforce development would be the perfect way of empowering young individuals for new career opportunities”, said Ms. Pitterson.
She added: “Immigration hurdles are a major issue that should be addressed quickly. There are immigrants who are eager to work but cannot be hired legally.”
About Orchid Maids: Founded in 2019, Orchid Maids stands out from the competition thanks to a wide array of specialized services performed using the latest industry trends. They offer house clean-ups, deep cleaning, and move in/out services, as well as add-ons such as same-day services and next-day bookings. This company provides various discounts to recurring, military, senior, and referral customers. Orchid Maids Cleaning Service prides itself on its client-centric philosophy and detail-oriented approach.
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