n (figurative) the act of reforming by the removal of unwanted personnel or practices or conditions
more housecleaning is in store at other accounting firms many employees were discharged in a general housecleaning by the new owners
n the act of cleaning the rooms and furnishings of a house
efficient housecleaning should proceed one room at a time
Kenny Smith In Talks With Sacramento Kings for GM Gig New Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive has made certain that he won't be bound by the traditional limits of his position. Since the super successful businessman led the ownership group that helped the franchise stay in Sacramento, he hasn't exactly gone by the book. He has done the typical housecleaning that most new regimes embark on, relieving coach Keith Smart and general manager ...
June 11, 2013 - Bleacher Report
State-run program helping people stay in their homes through loan modifications When she received a telephone call earlier this year offering to help her refinance her underwater mortgage for $4,500, Lola Orbik was skeptical, but her skepticism led her to Home Again. "What I’m doing these days is housecleaning. These people have given me a house to clean,” she said.
June 6, 2013 - Las Vegas Sun
Eric Wedge in Sports Network Anytime the players want to have a meeting like that, it's healthy,Wedge told reporters. "It's smart to do a little housecleaning. But it's their business and that's the way we'll leave it."
Buffett in Bloomberg Hundreds of industry insiders had to know what was going on,Buffett wrote. "It took Eliot Spitzer and the whistleblowers who aided him, to initiate a housecleaning. We urge fund directors to continue the job."
Karl Lagerfeld in International Herald Tribune This whole crisis is like a big spring housecleaning - both moral and physical,Karl Lagerfeld, the designer for Chanel, said in an interview. "There is no creative evolution if you don't have dramatic moments like this. Bling is over. Red...