One of the co-CEOs of Handy Cleaning Services, Oisin Hanrahan said that he was living in fear because of some decisions made early this year. The leaders of the company would meet every Tuesday at the institution’s headquarters that are found in New York City. During these weekly meetings, the dedicated team of leaders and founders of the cleaning company would focus on the power point presentation that was showing the strategies used by the company. However, this strategy was starting to backfire, and everyone in the organization, including the investors, was blaming Hanrahan. Hanrahan had introduced this plan to the organization, and this is why he has being blamed for company problems.
Handy.com has been experiencing some challenges concerning its plans to introduce new cleaners into the organization. Earlier in the year, Hanrahan in his position as the chief executive officer of the company had advocated for the change. His main plan was to start a robust online onboarding process. This great plan would be implemented in the countries where the cleaning company had already established itself.
The other co-founder of the organization, known as Umang Dua had not agreed to the idea when it was mentioned to the organization in 2014. Umang Dua said that he was concerned about the issue that some of the qualified professionals who were interested in working in the organization would not complete the application process without getting human assistance. However, after a lot of consultation, the two leaders decided to test the plan and see how it works. The program was introduced in Miami and Washington DC in 2015.
Handy is a cleaning company that is headquartered in the United States. Since it was established two years ago, the cleaning company has transformed the lives of many people in different parts of the country. Handy has also opened branches in other regions of the world.