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Getting a National Incentive

12 November 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

The specialist cleaning arm of independent FM Incentive QAS has secured a contract to provide cleaning and associated services to City & Guilds Group.

The agreement with City & Guilds, the international organisation in skills development, is for three years with extension options and involves 10 offices across the UK.

Under the terms of the deal, Incentive QAS will provide a full range of daily office cleaning services, plus a selection of associated services, including pest control, waste management, window cleaning and washroom services at the City & Guilds Group’s two main offices in Giltspur Street, London as well as at eight regional offices including Glasgow, Warrington and Cardiff.

There are 29 members of staff who have now transferred to Incentive QAS’ operation under TUPE rules. In addition, Incentive QAS is committed to provide new members of staff the Living Wage, in line with the company’s status as a recognised Living Wage Service Provider.

“This is a significant contract win for Incentive QAS which strengthens our portfolio of clients based in central London and increases our presence across the UK,” stated Jamie Wright, ‎Director and General Manager, Incentive QAS.

Picture:    Incentive QAS has won an important three-year contract with City & Guilds Group, including the main London office in Giltspur Street.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 12 November 2015

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