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7 Simple Cleaning Tips for Returning to Work

7 Simple Cleaning Tips for Returning to Work

As the colder months approach, this season also marks a time to take greater health precautions. Additionally, many companies are now returning to their shared office spaces from working remotely since the initial outbreak of Covid-19.

As these upcoming months approach, it is significant that effective cleaning efforts are made to maintain a healthy work environment. Not only does cleaning and disinfecting the workspace create a safer environment for yo... Read more

Not Taking Cleaning Seriously? What is it Costing your Business?

Not Taking Cleaning Seriously? What is it Costing your Business?

Every business needs to take office cleaning services seriously. An unclean office/workplace can have an unfavorable effect on your business vision and performance, compromising your ability to succeed in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Luckily, comprehensive cleaning on a regular basis can help to attract prospective customers and maximize the productivity of employees. This blog post from Office Keepers contains further information about why businesses need to take office cleaning ... Read more
8 Benefits of Having a Clean Classroom

8 Benefits of Having a Clean Classroom

A teacher's responsibility in the school is to teach and guide the students. However, there are many parts that affect these two major activities. The cleanliness of a classroom tops the list of concerns for the teachers, students, and parents. A clean classroom has far-reaching consequences both on the teachers and learners as well as parents and whoever may visit the school. If professionally cleaned, the following are the major advantages that will be obtained from having a clean classroom: ... Read more

How To Keep Your Office Germ Free

Have you ever had a sneaking suspicion that working is bad for health? It turns out you could be right. Many of the surfaces in our workplace harbor more bacteria than a toilet seat. Top of the list of germ hotspots in offices are desktop phones, which microbiologists at the University of Arizona discovered were home to a hair-raising 25,000 germs per square inch. As a point of reference, a toilet seat is likely to have around 50 germs per square inch. Coming in a close second are desktops... Read more