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House Keeping

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Top 10 Responsibilities of House Keeping staff in Office

  1. Cleaning and maintaining common areas, such as lobbies, restrooms, and break rooms.

  2. Dusting and polishing furniture and equipment.

  3. Vacuuming and mopping floors.

  4. Emptying trash and recycling bins.

  5. Restocking supplies, such as toilet paper and hand soap.

  6. Cleaning and sanitizing kitchens and break rooms.

  7. Laundering linens and towels.

  8. Organizing and tidying up storage areas.

  9. Coordinating with outside vendors for cleaning and maintenance services.

  10. Inspecting and reporting any maintenance or repair needs.


Top 10 requirements of House Keeping staff in Office

  1. Strong attention to detail and ability to maintain high standards of cleanliness.

  2. Physical stamina and ability to perform repetitive tasks and lift heavy equipment.

  3. Excellent time management skills and ability to prioritize tasks effectively.

  4. Strong communication and customer service skills.

  5. Knowledge of cleaning and sanitation best practices and protocols.

  6. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

  7. Knowledge of safety regulations and ability to work safely with cleaning chemicals and equipment.

  8. Flexibility and willingness to work a variety of shifts, including evenings and weekends.

  9. Strong organizational skills and ability to maintain inventory of supplies.

  10. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and adapt to changing priorities.

Benefits/ Compensation

  1. Salary - Best in the Industry.

  2.  Incentive - Best in the Industry.

  3.  Medical Policy for the Candidate Family.

  4. Career Growth.

Company Mission

Current India is walking towards Atmanirbhar Bharat, and the Government of India has taken a huge initiative at the policy-making level to make it happen by releasing the Vision Document on Electronics Manufacturing Roadmap to make India a powerhouse to reach USD 300Bn in electronics manufacturing by 2026 from a current USD 75Bn.

Make in India (MII) is one such subset Initiative where the Government of India has asked all Government Departments (55,000 in GeM) to buy only Make In India IT Hardware products (where local content is 51% or Class 1 Supplier) this has opened the doors for many Indian brands like RDP to take part in nations mission by manufacturing most affordable high quality make in India IT Hardware products from India to the World by becoming Local Champions.

PLI (Production Linked Incentives) is also a special incentive by the Government of India to local manufacturers to be competitive in the global markets. 

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