Deciding on a service partner is a major decision many school districts face. Often, schools opt for the lower-cost provider due to budget limits and recommendations from school boards.
But with low-cost providers comes low-quality service. A number of schools are forced to sacrifice a clean and safe environment for students and faculty for the short-lived benefit of a low bid. By accepting slightly higher bids with a quality provider, school districts can increase employee satisfaction and morale while providing an improved learning environment for students—while still saving money.
Learn more about the hidden costs and consequences of a low bid in this informational resource.