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KIM PRICE APPOINTED


BY ISSA HYGIEIA The ISSA Hygieia Network (IHN), a non-profit international community dedicated to the advancement and retention of women in the cleaning industry, has announced the appointment of Kim Price to the ISSA Hygieia Network Council.


With over 12 years experience in the cleaning industry, Kim is currently the Vice President of the Sales Force & Distributor Effectiveness team in Georgia-Pacific Professional, a major global manufacturer of hygienic dispensing systems and disposable products.


Kim will work alongside other leading executives within the


SMARTTASK GETS


OUTSOURCED Irish facilities and support services provider, Outsource Support, has adopted SmartTask to better monitor and coordinate its cleaning and security teams.


The software will be used to provide an advanced workforce management solution, including proof of attendance and shift planning, for 160 employees that operate at more than 120 customer sites across Ireland.


Selected based on the flexibility and scalability of the system, SmartTask


cleaning industry, promoting ongoing education, networking and professional development to any women working in, or associated with, the industry.


Kim Price said: “It’s exciting to join the IHN Council and get involved in this empowering and supportive network for women in the industry. Apart from learning more about the existing programs offered by the IHN, I hope I can bring in ideas to the council and work together to enhance diversity and inclusion in the workplace.”


Dr. Ilham Kadri, Chairman of ISSA Hygieia Network, said: “We are delighted to welcome Kim Price to the IHN Council, and we look forward to having her playing a key role in our organisation, championing the interests of the women of the


was rolled out by Outsource without disruption, with the cloud-based nature of the software enabling the company to access the system from sites all across Ireland.


Cleaning and security staff can now book on and off shifts or register hourly check calls using the system, and any missed will trigger email notifications so relevant employees can on whereabouts and welfare, while GPS enables the verification of staff locations.


Graham Hughes, Managing Director of Outsource Support, commented: “SmartTask offers us a one-stop shop


professional cleaning industry. Kim’s experience at all levels in Georgia- Pacific Professional is very inspiring, and it can certainly help us relate to our members to achieve women’s advancement at work.”


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for all our workforce management and scheduling needs. It is easy to use and highly accurate, so we are using the data to verify timesheets for payroll as well as support our invoicing procedures. We are already freeing up time and saving money by streamlining administrative requirements, and moving forward we plan to create an online portal to provide valuable performance information to our customers. The team at SmartTask have really listened to our needs to ensure their software possesses the right levels of functionality and simplicity.”


SmartTask CEO, Paul Ridden, said: “SmartTask enables companies such as Outsource Support to better plan and manage their workforce, making it an effective way of improving operational control, enhance customer satisfaction and win new business. Our knowledge in the facilities management marketplace; unrivalled expertise in mobile computing; and best possible customer care, means we are best placed to deliver advanced software solutions that can achieve measurable business and operational results.”


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