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Tech Start-Up Succeeds With Anti-Uber Business Model

Posted on June 18, 2015
"Q" -- as its employees refer to it -- takes a tech-enabled approach to cleaning. Its business customers rely on it to keep track of cleaning and office supplies, request handymen, and schedule cleanings. It's all managed via an iPad.

The startup, which launched in December 2013, already has over 150 employees. They're adamant not just about rapid growth, but creating a company that employees want to stay at long term. "We realized fairly early on that in order to deliver the best quality of service, we needed to be the best employer," said Q co-founder Dan Teran, 26.

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Related Topics: employee issues, employee vs independent contractor, employee wages, entrepreneurship, independent contractor issues, labor laws, on-demand service, startup, TNCs, Uber

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