Wow! We have a parent who does this, but in exchange for a break on tuition. I would NOT be happy if management expected all the parents to clean their toilets for free.well...
r....it has been suggested that we (management) ask some of the parents to clean the bathrooms in the lobby each time they come in for NOTHING in exchange!!!
A once a year "spring clean" of the pits and floor, etc. is not what I was referring to in my post. I wouldn't mind volunteering for that kind of stuff. It was the weekly, unpaid or compensated, cleaning toilets and windows and bringing your own supplies that rubbed the raw nerve for me, lol.Well... thats odd... our parents are asked to help clean and vaccum out the pit and the floor, once a year, on a weekend over the summer. they are not obligated to, nor do they bring anything. just a about 10 parents that have free time that day will join in for however long they can help. that is all.
nope. no misunderstanding. he meant for the parents to clean the toilets.Is it possible that you might have misunderstood their request? Is it possible that meant to keep the bath room clean (respect for other users). Anyway if the gym is starting to nickle and dime the parents to specifically clean the bath room then it is time to shop around for another gym. Otherwise before you know it you have to bring your own toilet paper. This is just my opinion.
As a coach I would never want to be told to clean the toilets....I'm not a cleaning service, I was hired to coach gymnastics. Asking a parent/customer to clean the toilets is even worse! Tacky, Tacky, Tacky. Would any other business ask their CUSTOMERS to clean their toilets? I don't think so.
I think you should show him this thread! lol