Linking Worker Productivity To Cleanliness
When companies realize the advantages of a clean workplace, housekeeping will become a passion, according to an article on the Entrepreneur website. Not only does the standard of cleaning impact productivity, it also contributes to the general satisfaction of employees.
Workers are better engaged when their office is maintained with a professional standard of hygiene, the article said. Hygiene and cleanliness are not the same thing, however. An office can be visibly clean and might still be prone to cross-contamination.
When the office environment is actually clean, efficiency will increase because only then is everything working the way it should.
When the office environment is hygienic, efficiency will increase because fewer employees will be calling in sick or working at a lower capacity.
Good upkeep never goes out of fashion, it leads to improved health and safety. This means healthier employees, fewer sick days and sustained productivity levels.
A smartly designed cleaning process will also amount to minimal disturbance or downtime to any designated function. It reduces likelihood of mistakes and skipped steps, which is important when it comes to maximizing the efficacy of a maintenance routine, the article said.
According to information from the Cleaning Services Group, a clean workplace can encourage:
· Increased focus
· Less wasted time
· Less stress
· Greater profitability
· Less absenteeism
· Improved morale
A company that is looking for an advantage in the competitive business world should encourage workplace cleanliness for maximum productivity.
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