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Women's Day

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

Wednesday, 8th of March you would think another grey day no different then yesterday. But today is not just any day for AG Cleaning, we are celebrating  Women’s Day.

For us it’s especially important as 98% of our staff are ladies. Without them we would simply not exist.

We are so proud to employ amazing women who work so hard. Some of our clients, don’t know them personally but our cleaners make sure your home is clean, fresh and pleasant to come back to. I don’t even want to imagine what AG Cleaning, or any company would be like without hard working women.

This is the day when we appreciate mums, sisters, grandmothers and female friends for the warmth, understanding, empathy and emotional touch. Women who work for us are of different ages, background and with different life experiences, hence I always enjoy talking and working with them.

They are not only my employees, they are more than that. I like how they are honest with me when they don’t agree with my actions and believe me they can be very vocal about it *wink*.

I love my job for a number of reasons but working with those fantastic, beautiful souls is the best reward ever.

Happy International Women’s Day!




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