How you can easily monitor your facility’s cleanliness

Workplace Productivity and Monitoring how Clean Your Facility Is

Keeping your office clean can be a daunting experience. Not only do you have to constantly clean up after less cleanly employees, but you also need to be aware of the chemicals and products you are using, whether they are good for employees, for equipment, or both. Making time to clean your office cube or facility can be difficult to do as well. Don’t worry! We can help you get on track to a happy and healthy workspace.

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Can having a clean workspace make you more successful?

A Clean Home Office

We have probably all heard the saying that a cluttered desk is a sign of genius. Still, can having a cluttered desk or unclean office impede productivity? The answer is: yes!

We’ve all probably seen an episode or two of The Profit where the host invests in a business only to see that their manufacturing process is a total mess. Not having the right workflow in your facility can hinder speed of productivity and create confusion with your employees. This happens in both offices where items are created, but it also happens in offices where no tangible goods are made. If you have an office where someone can never find the paper or copy toner, you may want to rethink the flow of your office.

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Protect Your Floors from Fierce Winter Sand

Sand

With winter well on its way, many of us are at least mentally readying the outside of our homes against winter hazards. As important as preparing the exterior is, it’s also a good idea to take a moment and plan how best to protect against interior winter wear and tear. Sand is a sensible option for safeguarding against slips on the ice, but once tracked in, it can really leave its mark on your floors and carpets.

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