This DC home-cleaning service pays its employees a living wage of $16 per hour. Will it catch on? – Washington Post


Washington Post
This DC home-cleaning service pays its employees a living wage of $16 per hour. Will it catch on?
Washington Post
Aaron Seyedian is running an experiment. He has launched a service to provide house-cleaning services in the District and is asking residents to pay as much as $139 to have a spotless one-bedroom apartment. That’s more than many of his competitors¬†…

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