Residential Team Cleaning For St. Paul, Minneapolis
and Surrounding Twin Cities Communities
Commercial Cleaning Twin Cities Area
Team cleaning is the new, efficient way to clean your home. Our teams will amaze you!
EXPERIENCE COUNTS. S&L Team Cleaning knows the cleaning business. House cleaning and commercial cleaning are all we do and have been doing for over a quarter century.
House Cleaning in Minneapolis, St. Paul and Surrounding Areas
Move Out Cleaning Experts
S & L TEAM CLEANING HOLIDAY HOUSE CLEANING SPECIAL
With the Holiday’s coming most people would like the help in getting their house ready for company. Thank you for letting us clean your house!
We would like to keep you as a permanent customer . So we are offering the opportunity to sign up for weekly, bi-weekly or monthly cleaning for a Special Holiday House Cleaning price.
We look forward to cleaning for you.
Thank you, Ninoska Lallier
Remember, we send out 2 people on each job.
3 HOURS ( 2 cleaners x 1.5 hours - 700-1200 sq ft)
4 HOURS ( 2 cleaners x 2 hours - 1200-1600 sq ft)
5 HOURS ( 2 cleaners x 2.5 hours - 1600-2200 sq ft)
6 HOURS ( 2 cleaners x 3 hours - 2200-3200 sq ft)
Award Goes to S & L Team Cleaning
Steve Grove Commissioner of Employment & Economic Development recognized S & L Team Cleaning Ninoska Salinas Lallier and Mitchell Lallier as Exceptional Business Partners.
This Award was for S & L Team Cleaning outstanding commitment in the recruitment and hiring of qualified individuals with disability. Commissioner Grove was pleasantly surprised to find out how diverse S & L Team Cleaning is.
Beside having 30% of their work force people of disability. The CFO Ninoska Lallier is Women Minority Owner with 78% of the work force is made up of people of color and 47% are women working for them.
Alana Rice is a job-coach who has partnered with S&L Cleaning wrote. “This company truly has integrity. Mitchell, the owner, is deeply committed to inclusiveness throughout the community and has provided many individuals who have experienced adversity with life-changing opportunities to contribute to the workforce and better their lives. S&L Cleaning offers competitive salaries and Mitchell personally takes the time to get to know the employee and how they learn best. From my experience in the field, it is unusual to find a company that is as patient, understanding, and accommodating as S&L has been. S&L is doing great things in the community. This is a business truly stands by their values. We should know these businesses are out there and support them with the great, important work they are doing to better the community.”
It is important to S & L Team cleaning to make sure their staff is paid a fair wage of $15 or more per hour for part time cleaning. S & L Team Cleaning recognize the value of hiring and training people of disability. In hiring people of disability, we expect and get workers that can do a job.
Senator John Hoffman and Steve Kuntz (DEED) have worked very closely with Mitchell to provide the best candidates to be given a chance to find a good job, with good pay, and understanding company to work for.
One suggestion Mitchell gave to Commissioner Grove was to go meet with the different Chamber of Commerce and business owners to share the hidden talent we have in Minnesota People of Disability.
Minnesota employers honored for creating workplaces that welcome people with disabilities
Minnesota employers who have made exceptional efforts in hiring and retaining people with disabilities were honored at an Employers Hiring People with Disabilities Month event on October 10th. The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) recognized the employers below for their efforts and invited them to share their hiring and retention best practices so that they could, in turn, be shared with other Minnesota employers.
The 27 employers honored at the October 10th event were asked to share examples of the creative hiring practices they have used to attract employees with disabilities and successfully fill openings at their companies. Some employers offer new employees a trial period in which to try different jobs and find the best fit. Others provide flexibility so that people can arrange work schedules to accommodate their transportation or other needs.
The companies were also asked to share their reflections on the intangible benefits their businesses have experienced as a result of hiring employees with disabilities. The employers noted that hiring people with disabilities has created a more diverse culture, with all employees learning to look at work and processes from a different perspective. One employer noted that people with disabilities have brought joy and kindness to the workplace.
They also shared how their businesses have reaped very tangible results of employing people with disabilities. One example: decreased employee turnover and increased company loyalty. One manufacturing employer at the event noted how his business saw the turnover rate in one department fall from 72% to 7% because of a greater focus on hiring people with disabilities — and another employer stressed that the minimal costs of accessibility accommodations are far less expensive than turnover costs.
DEED Commissioner Steve Grove and Assistant Commissioner for Workforce Services Carol Pankow also asked the employers what DEED could do to better support businesses in hiring people with disabilities. We’ll share feedback gathered at this event after we’ve had a chance to compile and analyze all the great input we received.
American Engineering Testing, Inc.
Children's Hospital and Clinics
Hyatt Hotel Minneapolis
Larson Engineering, Inc.
Mackin Educational Resources
Minneapolis VA Health Care System
MN Department of Transportation
S & L Team Cleaning
MN Attorney General’s Office
Touchstone Mental Health