SUMMIT, N.J., Aug. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Ines Cohron believes in treating both her clients and her employees right. Her ascendancy in the business she founded in 2004— Total Home Cleaning —was acknowledged recently in a business profile in NJBiz.com which proclaimed that her management philosophy and business expertise are essentially changing the cleaning industry for the better.
Cohron isn't your typical cleaning lady, and she sets the bar high for those who work for her. Here is someone who was already a success before she started Total Home Cleaning. After collecting her undergraduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania, she went on to earn her MBA from the Darden School at the University of Virginia. Then she learned the ropes of the financial services industry in a five-year stint at American Express. From there it was consulting and marketing for clients like Dun & Bradstreet and Morgan Stanley.
The bottom line, as she sees it, is that both the people who work for you and for whom you work need to know you care about them and their needs. The caring goes beyond just doing a good job and keeping your clients happy. It's about creating healthy environments in homes invaded by polluted air from the outside, as well as germs and contamination from within. In professional presentations, Cohron points out that indoor air is several times more polluted than outdoor air, according to the EPA, and a great percentage of our time is spent indoors.
That's why the Total Home Cleaning specialists primarily rely on green products in the homes they clean, treating them as they would their own. Client reviews of the Summit, NJ-based cleaning business regularly include adjectives like "thorough" and "professional," but you'll also see words like "kind," "respectful" and "cheerful" when describing Cohron's employees.
Healthy cleaning with green products has been a trademark of Total Home Cleaning for more than a decade. This approach is healthy for both the employees who clean the homes and the people who live within. It is a process that has been improved over the dozen years they have served 21 distinct central New Jersey communities from Basking Ridge to Westfield.
Cohron treats all of her clients as neighbors and believes in rewarding her employees for jobs well done. In return, the professionals at Total Home Cleaning pass on the positivity in dealing with their clients.
This summer she partnered her business with Cleaning for a Reason, a nonprofit whose mission is "to give the gift of free house cleaning for women undergoing treatment for any type of cancer." Ines Cohron knows how to run a business, as NJBiz.com pointed out, because she knows the bottom line is how you treat everyone in your business sphere.
SOURCE Total Home Cleaning