Let’s face it, a clean and tidy room is not just what your mother asked from you, it’s what your clients expect too. A clean facility shows organization and attention to detail, which is what your clients want. It gives that crucial first impression that can be the difference between increased profitability or lost opportunity. Here are 5 quick and easy tips that you and your staff can implement today, while your business is open, to establish a competitive first impression.
Organization comes naturally to some, but not so much to others. Lack of organization can be especially frustrating when a team member is struggling with keeping productive and on task. If you or a coworker doesn’t have the natural talent for whipping your home or office into shape and keeping it that way, here are some tips based on David Allen’s book, Getting Things Done.
With the large number of commercial cleaning companies out there, finding the right one for your business can be a daunting task. But it doesn’t have to be. These five tips can help you narrow the playing field and find the right cleaning business for your business.
You may not view regular carpet cleaning as a necessary expense, but neglecting routine upkeep can reduce a carpet’s life-span from 10 years to just two to three. Here are 5 reasons why regular carpet cleaning is a smart way to save money.
Winter means a lot of time spent inside, which means less time spent taking care of the outside of your building or house. Give yourself peace of mind by getting your home ready for winter now to avoid unnecessary worry when the cold weather hits.
Late summer fun is still in full swing, so you’re probably not thinking about the cold and flu season and how it affects employee productivity just yet. But winter is just around the corner and employees taking more sick days along with it. Find out how you can cut down on employee sick days with these cleaning tips.