The CSSA is active in promoting our members' interests to the media and the wider world. Please find below our press releases.
OUR RECENT NEWS
CSSA congratulates Enhance Office Cleaning
The Cleaning and Support Services Association has welcome the news that long standing member Enhance Office Cleaning Ltd has guaranteed all its staff at least the London Living Wage.
CSSA Reacts to WHO Report on Superbugs
The Cleaning and Support Services Association (CSSA) has reacted to a World Health Organization (WHO) report that the emergence of new strains of superbugs has reached unprecedented levels by emphasising that hospitals can take a range of practical steps to manage the risk.
CSSA Press Release - 25/01/2011
CSSA responds to office of national statistics preliminary report on the GDP estimate for the fourth-quarter.
CSSA Publishes Guidance on TUPE Regulations
The CSSA today officially unveiled its guidance document on the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006, generally known as TUPE. The document provides guidance to cleaning businesses on how to administer the transfer of employees from one service provider to another.
CSSA Briefing Newletter on UKBA
The UKBA recently released its September edition of its newsletter. There were two sections that were pertinent to the affairs of the cleaning industry. A summary of these articles have been presented below.
CSSA Submits Evidence to Low Pay Commission
The CSSA recently submitted evidence to the Low Pay Commission as part of its consultation programme where stakeholders were invited to submit evidence about the impact the national minimum wage had on their businesses. The CSSA submitted the evidence as part of a report, which outlined that the current economic climate will make it difficult for businesses to sustain the 2.2% increase in the national minimum wage from £5.80 to £5.93 an hour.
CSSA Press Release - Channel 4 News Report on Illegal Working
On 14th April, Channel 4 News reported on the incidence of illegal working at ISS and more widely across the cleaning and support services industry.
Press Release from the CSSA – 25th March 2010
CSSA responds to the BUDGET REPORT as the National Minimum Wage is set to rise to £5.93 an hour.
Social Media Survey
We are currently scoping the potential of social media as a communication tool and would very much appreciate you completing this short 3 question survey.
CSSA Press Release
The CSSA today officially responded to the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) report on its inspection of the current standards of hygiene detected in NHS Trusts. The CQC report indicated that approximately a quarter of Trusts are failing to meet core standards on hygiene and are therefore subsequently compounding the risk of healthcare acquired infections.