It’s completely invisible that is why it is so important to have a clean office.
People significantly make an impact on their environment and the office is no exception. Employees of large companies report spending more than half of their time at the office — on their desks and facing the computer. On an average work day, people spend 8.7 hours at work, roughly 1,790 hours each year. Therefore, your office is a place where you spend one-third of your life.
Viruses and bacteria can multiply on hard surfaces like your desk and chair, and your desk is a prime breeding for infections. These organisms are completely invisible that is why it is so important to have a clean office.
Dust allergens and other particles in the air can lead to respiratory problems and skin irritations too. This will allow germs to spread between workers. Think about how the employees would benefit from working in a place that is tidy. A clean office boosts productivity because there are fewer health-related absences.
We also have listed the most common cleaning mistakes that are doing more harm than good. Avoiding these cleaning mistakes can ensure you’re making the best use of your time.