A continuación encontrará respuestas a las preguntas más frecuentes que surgen antes de seleccionar una buenas empresa de limpieza.

¿ Debo contratar el servicio o hacerlo con el personal propio ?

Pocas empresas quedan ya que utilicen personal propio. Si contrata una empresa profesional, ésta le resolverá sus problemas empleando menos horas que las que usted emplearía con su propio personal e incrementará notablemente la calidad de la limpieza. Tendrá más tiempo para dedicar a su negocio.

¿Es bueno cambiar a menudo de empresa de limpieza?

No. La costumbre de cambiar de empresa de limpieza cada año suele producir los peores resultados, pues el contratista, al ser reemplazado cada año, no se esforzará en mantener el nivel de calidad acordado. Buscar una relación a largo plazo con el empresa de limpieza permite a ésta conocer mejor las instalaciones y las necesidades de los c6ientes.

¿Debo cerciorarme de que cumpla la Ley de Prevención de Riesgos Laborales?

Sin duda. Esta ley establece sanciones muy importantes …………Ver artículo completo


Smith then connected with West again, this time on a 4-yard TD pass to put the Chiefs up 23-7 at halftime.

The Chiefs led 3-0 early after a 35-yard field goal by Harrison Butker on their first drive. Watt was injured on the play before the field goal and fell to the ground while being blocked. Watt remained on his hands and knees for a couple of minutes while trainers checked on him.

They flipped him onto his back and were looking at his left leg. He was then helped to his feet and looked to be in a lot of pain and didn’t appear to be able to put any weight on the leg as he was helped off the field by two Texans officials. He remained on the sideline under a tent for a few minutes before being taken to the locker room on a cart and then taken by ambulance to the hospital.

Butker added another field goal early in the second quarter to make it 6-0.

Ironically, Pence’s antics run counter to his message of “unity.” They instead continue to drive the wedge Trump — and, by extension, Pence — used to fuel his 2016 election with attacks on Kaepernick. The duo’s desire to fortify its political base amid dwindling public support has made the NFL — a vulnerable entity in its own right with a sizeable conservative fan base dismayed by the anthem’s politicizing — a convenient target once again.

And before labeling me a member of the “liberal media” for this opinion, I’m a registered Republican. I don’t like kneeling during the anthem.

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Green Bay goes three-and-out on its first possession of the second quarter.

I think it has to be a league decision for this simple reason: It isn’t just like any other injury. We can’t condemn the NFL’s relative inaction in the CTE crisis in one breath and then celebrate Adams’ courage in the next without asking this question: How can it possibly be a good long-term idea for a receiver to play four days after one concussion (last year) and then 10 days after a second caused by one of the most vicious head hits in recent memory?

Green Bay was too busy enjoying another breathless victory over Dallas to weigh that one. Rodgers was Rodgers in the endgame, and he nailed down his 94th regular-season victory, tying the career total of Bart Starr, the quarterback who won the most memorable Packers-Cowboys game of all, the 1967 Ice Bowl. A series of late-life strokes and seizures have robbed Starr of nearly every memory of his iconic career, and his wife, Cherry, believes the hits her husband accumulated over the years are at least partly responsible for his physical and mental state.

Dallas is driving again. The Cowboys advance to Green Bay’s 20, where it faced a fourth-and-1. On the play, Prescott keeps it himself, dives forward and gains two yards to move the chains and keep the Cowboys offense on the field.

The Cowboys sacked Aaron Rodgers twice on the drive, and they’ll re-take position at their own 42 following a holding penalty on the punt return.

Touchdown Cowboys . On a third-and-6, Prescott again escapes pressure and finds Rod Smith down the field for an 18-yard gain. Two plays later, the quarterback connects with Cole Beasley for a 5-yard score to put Dallas ahead 14-6.
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Mike Pence leaves 49ers-Colts game over protesting during national anthem

Vice President Mike Pence says he left Sunday’s 49ers-Colts game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis because of protesting that took place during the national anthem.

For the second week in a row, the 49ers had more than 20 players kneeling during the national anthem with their hands over their hearts. Teammates stood behind the kneeling players with one hand on a kneeling teammate’s shoulder and the other over their hearts.

With all of it, the Lions have seen their Ford Field advantage truly emerge for the first time, too. Stafford has always been better there, and with a strong overall team around him now, it’s become a tough place for opponents to visit. The Lions were 6-2 at home last season and were inches and seconds away from knocking off Atlanta to be 2-0 there this season and 4-0 overall.

Before the season, Sporting News picked Detroit to win the NFC North over Green Bay with identical 11-5 records. That would mean the Lions would be only the second non-Packers team to win the division in eight seasons — and give them that elusive home playoff game.

Those Packers, Vikings and Bears fans expecting the Lions to go right back into their den better get used to them roaring for a while.
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Jerry Jones reportedly ‘impeding’ work on Roger Goodell’s contract extension

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is “impeding” negotiations on NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s proposed contract extension, according to ESPN.

Goodell’s current contract expires in 2019, and the NFL’s compensation committee is working on a five-year extension through 2024. But despite not being a member of the six-person committee, Jones has become involved in negotiations, to the point that ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported one source said, “If it weren’t for Jerry’s involvement, Goodell’s extension by now could be done.”

Smith is under contract with Kansas City through 2018. The 12-year veteran is scheduled to earn $10.8 million in base salary this season and $14.5 million next season in addition to a $2 million bonus should he still be on the roster on the third day of the league year in March.

The writing was on the wall for the Chiefs to move on from Smith when they selected quarterback former Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes with the No. 10 overall pick in this year’s draft after sending the No. 27 pick in the first round, a third-round pick and their 2018 first-round selection to move up the list.

Smith, 33, threw for 368 yards and four touchdowns in the Chiefs’ 42-27 victory over the Patriots in last week’s season opener. Smith was again efficient Sunday against the Eagles, going 21 of 28 for 251 yards and a touchdown in a 27-20 win.

The Lions kicker made all three of his extra points, but he’s on this list because of his outrageously dramatic field goal that couldn’t have been closer.

Bell was more involved in Week 2 against the Vikings than he was the week before against the Browns. That’s a silver lining here. He’s getting back to his rightful place as one of the centerpieces in Pittsburgh’s offense after missing camp and the preseason.

However, 27 carries for just 87 yards leaves a little to be desired. That’s 3.2 yards per carry, which is also his average through two games, and well off his career mark of 4.4 YPC. This week, he gets the Bears defense, which isn’t as easy to run against as you might think. The entire Steelers offense has been grinding it out in low gear to start the season, so it’s not just Bell. Big plays will come. Bell is sure of it.

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Aaron Donald to be on ‘pitch count’ in first game back, Rams say

Rams All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald, who ended his holdout last weekend, is expected to play Sunday against the Redskins, but he won’t be an every-down player.

“It’s more of a pitch count I think,” Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips told reporters Thursday (via Pro Football Talk). “But it’s a number of plays and we’ll see how he is. He looked to be in good shape. You know, football shape and shape are two different things because you’re carrying a lot more weight with pads on and so forth. But he doesn’t seem to be bothered too much by the reps we’re giving him in practice. It’s not wearing him out, so we’ll make sure in the ball game that we watch him.”

So what does Oakland do, run it with Beast Mode like Seattle should have done? Nope. They actually went the Seahawks route, and Derek Carr was heard audibiling the play by yelling out “Seattle.”

So was this intentional? Calling a “Seattle” audible with Lynch in the backfield on the goal line, switching to a pass play? It’s hard to know for sure, but if it is the case, then this was an excellent call.

And as you see in the clip, passing instead of running worked out well as it resulted in a touchdown for Oakland.
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Jay-Z reportedly turns down Super Bowl 52 halftime gig

Don’t expect to see Jay-Z on the field at halftime of Super Bowl 52.

The rapper turned down the opportunity to headline the halftime show, according to The Source.

NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy didn’t dispute that the league asked Jay-Z to perform, but also didn’t reveal who else is under consideration.

It’s not the first time a big name has turned down performing at the the Super Bowl. Last year, Adele declined. Instead, Lady Gaga stepped in and put on an elaborate show.

Other recent performers include Bruno Mars, Coldplay and Jay-Z’s wife, Beyonce.

“I have respect for the military. I have family in the military. I know we’re in a military town in Jacksonville. I love all the people that go out there and fight for our country. I love the family members, the brothers, the sisters, the mothers, the fathers, the sons, the daughters, those are at home not knowing what’s going to happen to their family members, but I also have respect for those people, whether they’re black, white, Mexican, whatever, who done lost their child or somebody else to a police officer. And that’s what it’s all about.” Bouye was one of at least 13 Jaguars players to kneel during the anthem.

Derek Wolfe, Broncos defensive end: “[There’s no split in the locker room] because we give each other a chance to speak and we listen to each other when we speak. Most people, whenever somebody’s talking they already have an idea in their head of what they’re saying, they’re not listening to what’s being said, they’re thinking about what they want to take from it.” Wolfe stood for the anthem after vocalizing his opinion on national anthem protests. More than 32 of his teammates participated in some form of social protest.
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The Texans offense was still iffy at times.

He didn’t stuff the box score with a bunch of stats, but he was good when the Texans needed him to be. Watson finished the game completing 15 of his 24 passes for 125 yards. He also had five carries for 67 yards and his first rushing touchdown of his career.

But there were flashes where you could see the potential in Watson and what he brings to that side of the ball. Bill O’Brien felt he couldn’t get those things out of Tom Savage, saying this about Watson after the game: “He wasn’t perfect, but he did some good things. It will be a lot to learn from.”

Geno Atkins is a 6’1, 300 pound two-time All-Pro. He’s been one of the most fearsome defensive linemen in the NFL going back to 2011 when he made his first of five Pro Bowls. That’s not exactly a guy you’re eager to get hit by.

The former first-round pick had 14.5 sacks and earned a spot in the Pro Bowl in 2015, but only two sacks in 2016. He topped his 13-game total from last season in a little over a half against the Giants.

The game was only the second three-sack game of Ansah’s career, and it would be a big deal for the Lions defense if he could return to form.

The biggest positive for the Giants was the rookie tight end who already appears to be developing a rapport with Manning. He caught four passes for 49 yards, including the team’s only touchdown of the day.

He was also the player targeted most by Manning on Monday and could be a big part of the team’s offense moving forward.
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The Falcons looked a whole lot worse than the Packers did in Week 1

They struggled mightily against a Chicago Bears team that few expect will amount to anything this season. Mike Glennon did some damage to the Atlanta secondary, and Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan had to lead two fourth-quarter scoring drives for Atlanta to pull out the win.

Atlanta is relatively healthy going into Sunday’s matchup, with only Duke Riley and Alex Mack as the notable limited participants in practice earlier in the week. The Packers, though, have Bryan Bulaga, the starting right tackle, and David Bakhtiari, the starting left tackle, questionable for Week 2.

Green Bay was without Bulaga in Week 1, and Rodgers was sacked four times for a loss of 25 yards. They also couldn’t run the ball very well. In addition to those two, defensive tackle Mike Daniels is also questionable for Green Bay.

Cooks and the Patriots swamped the Saints, but the biggest victory for the former Saint was that he was the only New England receiver who didn’t wind up limping by the fourth quarter. Injuries kept players like Rob Gronkowski, Phillip Dorsett, and Rex Burkhead from the field in the second half, but Cooks kept trucking, emerging as the team’s top target.

Cooks earned only four targets and caught two after being shadowed by rookie cornerback Marshon Lattimore all afternoon. He added a pair of carries — one a 7-yard loss as the Patriots ground down the clock late in the fourth quarter — to play a minor, but important, role for the winning team. It may not have been the comeback performance he’d hoped for, but Cooks’ ability to stay healthy may have been his greatest contribution for the Patriots.
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Fowler pushes his arm back to ward off King.

The latter is probably going to be disregarded because they were both making a bona fide play on the ball and the responsibility of the holding was not clear. Their arms got tangled, but is that a hold? Maybe.

Fowler pushes his arm back to ward off King. Did that cause the entanglement? From the angle of the covering official it’s tough to see and assess cause and responsibility. The best position to see the arm tangle is from the former position of the umpire behind the defensive line, but he’s no longer there.

And if Keenum gets hurt? Minnesota’s backup — technically its fourth-string passer — is Kyle Sloter, a Southern Mississippi wide receiver who spent exactly one season as a starting quarterback after transferring to FCS Northern Colorado.

Panic index: This is fine — if Bradford is back soon. But it’s understandable if Vikings fans are concerned about a knee injury to their quarterback, especially one who has torn his ACL twice. But Zimmer, for one, isn’t ready to concede anything:

As for the restriction at the top of the route, given the push-off by Fowler and the amount of hand-fighting that goes on between receivers and defenders at the snap, it’s more than understandable why any official would look off of this less than two yards deep.

Yet there’s one more element to this play that no one has talked about. As the ball is in the air, tight end A.J. Derby blocks King in the back.
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Week 2 takeaways on Chris Carson, J.J. Nelson, Derrick Henry and more

The Seattle Seahawks have found their No. 1 back in rookie Chris Carson after watching him post 100 total yards on 21 touches against the San Francisco 49ers. But what should fantasy owners expect out of Carson, and how does he fit the offensive identity in Seattle? Let’s break down what Carson brings to Pete Carroll’s team and also take a look at Javorius Allen’s value in Baltimore, J.J. Nelson as a must-add this week and the expected boost in volume for Carolina Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin. Here are my Week 2 fantasy takeaways.

Jay Cutler completed 73 percent of his passes and threw zero interceptions in his debut with the Dolphins. He might not have racked up yardage, but he also didn’t make the big mistake. With Jay Ajayi continuing to power through defenses, Cutler playing it safe might be all Miami needs.

The offense is struggling right now, but if the Giants can fix their protection issues, Eli Manning could get going quickly. Manning is completing 77 percent of his passes when he isn’t pressured this season, and that’s without the help of Odell Beckham Jr. at 100 percent. Just give it (and Eli) time.

Deshaun Watson’s rushing ability could be enough to keep the Texans’ offense moving as he develops his passing skills. The rookie has scrambled for a league-high 82 yards so far this season, including a game-changing 49-yard score Thursday night.
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