18 January 2017
Organising your office work space after you return from a few weeks off over the festive season should be your first step in maintaining a clutter-free, hygienic work zone.
Working in a cluttered, messy environment is distracting and can affect productivity in a negative way.
A clean, well-organised office work space will:
An ongoing project
Don’t think of cleaning and organising your office as a once off, major overhaul, rather think of it as an ongoing project.
Clutter tends to pile up over time, and before you know it, you and your colleagues will be swimming under piles of papers, files and general mess.
Follow these great tips to maintain a clean and well-organised office:
Get everyone to do the same in their offices and with their own workstations.
This rule applies to supplies, furniture, equipment and even knick-knacks, office plants etc. Be ruthless.
Collect everything that isn’t where it should be, and put it where it belongs in each of the designated “zones”. Try and keep these areas as neat and tidy as possible.
Don’t forget the deep cleaning
Now that your office is clutter-free and running like the well-oiled machine it is, consider having a professional washroom deep cleaning service. This goes hand in hand with a clean, well-organised office space.
Not only will a washroom deep cleaning service like this reduce the risk of germs and bacteria, it will assist in maintaining a healthy, hygienic work environment.
If you would like to enquire about our professional deep cleaning services, then please contact us today and we will determine the best solution for you.
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