Clean Offices Boost Employee Satisfaction
Fair compensation, a low-cost health insurance plan and generous time off are keys to boosting employee satisfaction. However, these aren’t the only ways to keep your employees happy and productive.
There is a connection between a clean work environment and employee satisfaction. Typically, employees prefer to work in comfortable environments. And unfortunately, many don’t feel comfortable when management neglects regular office cleanings. Even when everyone is responsible for tidying his or her own space, common areas in the office — such as the break room, lobby and restrooms — might not receive the needed attention.
Nasty, unsanitary conditions might compel some workers to seek employment elsewhere, and those who remain may deal with a variety of health conditions throughout the year.
According to studies conducted by health departments in the United Kingdom and in Southern California, “employees working at office spaces which failed to keep minimum housekeeping standards found themselves calling in sick and missing days off work in higher numbers than their counterparts working at offices which are kept nice and clean.”
Even if you cannot remove every germ lurking in your office, hiring an office cleaning company can ensure the cleanliness of your office, thus reducing the number of illnesses and boosting employee retention. Serving Hampton Roads since 2007, Eco-Green Office Cleaning Services is committed to customer satisfaction and we’re happy to customize a commercial cleaning package that’s right for your business.
- General Office Cleaning
- Kitchen Cleaning & Sanitizing
- Restroom Cleaning & Sanitizing
- Surface Dusting
- Trash Removal
- Carpet Cleaning
Eco-Green Office Cleaning Services is a leader in green cleaning methods. For additional information on eco-friendly janitorial office cleaning in Hampton Roads (Chesapeake, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Portsmouth and Suffolk) or to schedule a free estimate, complete the contact us form or call 757-303-5275.
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