Aaron Seyedian here, the founder of Well-Paid Maids, and I can’t believe it either — it’s already fall. I hope everyone took some time for themselves this summer, whether that was a fun road trip or a long weekend on the couch.
Well-Paid Maids has been making some time to have a little fun, too. We recently hosted our annual company picnic for our employees. Federalist Pig catered it, and the kids had a blast riding the carousel and mini-train.
Of course, we gave everyone holiday pay, too.
We made a few big company announcements that day as well. Perhaps most exciting is that Dasha Johnson, ones of our cleaners, was recently promoted to operations manager. She’s the second cleaner who’s been promoted to a management position, and we hope we can do more of that as we continue to grow.
There was another big announcement: The Well-Paid Maids staff is now fully vaccinated! You can read more about our vaccine initiative here.
Now that everyone is (hopefully) rested and ready to dive into work and school routines this fall, it’s the perfect time to get your home professionally cleaned — and you can feel good knowing our staff is taken care of with good pay, good benefits and, of course, some good barbecue!
You can book your cleaning online in less than a minute. We look forward to seeing you soon.
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