Well-Paid Maids Reflects on Its Biggest Wins of 2022

Everyone is sharing their 2022 recaps on social media… so we figured we would, too!

This year was a big one for Well-Paid Maids, D.C.’s living-wage cleaning company. Here are a few of our favorite wins:

⭐️ All of our cleaners were fully vaccinated… and boosted!

⭐️ We expanded our operations into New York — let your NYC friends know!

⭐️ We supported Maryland’s paid family and medical leave program, which passed April 9.

⭐️ Our founder, Aaron Seyedian, spoke with the Department of Labor about the importance of workplace flexibility.

⭐️ We were voted Best Maid Service in D.C. for the second year in a row.

⭐️ We surpassed 100 Yelp reviews with a 5-star average.

⭐️ We supported D.C.’s Domestic Workers Bill of Rights, which passed Dec. 20. (More on that in an upcoming post from us!)

As always, thank you for your support.

In 2023, we’ll continue to pay our employees fair living wages starting at $22 an hour and offer benefits like insurance and 24 paid days off a year.

We’re excited to see what the new year brings, and we look forward to cleaning your home!

Book your cleaning online.

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