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Team Clean, Inc.

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Rank:11
Company:Team Clean, Inc.
Company HeadquartersHonolulu, HI
Corporate Web Site URL:www.teamclean.biz
Name and title of highest ranking official/CEO:
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Number of Full-time Employees in Hawaii:260
Number of Part-time Employees in Hawaii:26
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Average Annual Salary - Exempt Employees:$69,375
Average Annual Salary - Non-exempt Employees:$26,389
401K or 403b offered:
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Number of Hires (Last Fiscal Year):
Voluntary Turnover:48%
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Number of paid vacation and personal days:5
Number of paid company holidays per year:0
Minimum number of hours per week an employee must work to be eligible for health coverage:
Why they rock:This contract cleaning services company emphasizes professionalism. An in-house cleaning institute offers six levels of certification, ranging from the entry-level cleaning person to the management-level certified executive housekeeper.
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Apr 14, 2010 12:13 pm
 Posted by  tennis

how do we apply to be considered for, Best Places to Work?

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Oct 14, 2010 09:42 pm
 Posted by  jodi.lunn

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Nov 23, 2010 01:59 pm
 Posted by  Clavendon

How Starwood Hawaii received this ranking is a mystery. Ask exempt employees at Starwood Vacation Ownership on Maui how they like working 8am-6pm daily.

Nov 29, 2010 01:36 pm
 Posted by  Clavendon

Starwood Hawaii Resorts force workers to sign away their rights to the Nation’s courts as a condition of employment. It’s called mandatory arbitration and it’s an unfair process that is rigged to favor the corporation.

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