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It all depends on the franchise individually, however they happen alot across the country. It is based on how well you perform what you make per house and depending on your manager and the owner of that location they offer bonuses weekly, and raises/PTO depending on years of service. And they promote from within. So if you want it the only thing stopping you from making more money is YOU

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We have Professional House Cleaners who have been with us for years and love it!

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I quit because of the hard work for low pay, the lies I was told, the mileage put on my vehicle, no advancement opportunities, etc.

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In theory they weren't bad. You got there at 6:45 and were supposed to be leaving at 5. But my manager often had us scheduled to work past that

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Yes they do its in their benefit package

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It depends on the owner, as all of them are independently owned. Most offer Benefits, Health insurance, dental and vision. Obviously you pay for it like at any other job and you are eligible for PTO after certain lengths of time. This differs from franchise to franchise. Again, they are all owned by different people.

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Yes, they are an equal opporunity employer, and will not simply decline hiring someone just for being male. That is illegal and is considered discrimination. It is uncommon for men to WANT to work there. But, there are plenty of men that work at Franchises all across the country. So yes, they do again. They are all independently owned.

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Two Maids removes the hassle of having to put tax money aside yourself and has them taken out on the front end for you.

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