Clean and hygienic offices are key to employee satisfaction. In the articles below, you can read about improving the workplace experience by optimizing your cleaning operations. And how you can achieve this using the resources you already have, but with help from new technology.
As a facility manager you want to deliver a seamless experience with no complaints. But staying in control is hard and improving operations under constant cost pressure is even harder. A clean and healthy work environment is key to employee satisfaction, well-being and productivity and can help attract and retain talented employees.
Studies show that 72% of employees are reluctant to recommend a business with poor office hygiene to job seekers, while 70% feel that poor office hygiene genuinely affect their overall job satisfaction*. In other words, the work environment influences overall employee satisfaction and hygiene plays a decisive role here. Research also shows that complaints about restrooms are the most common. That’s why ensuring high and consistent cleaning quality is essential. Especially now, when hygiene is a top priority.
The office workspace is constantly evolving and is moving towards more flexible and activity-based layouts. This affects how employees navigate the office landscape and it’s a demanding task to ensure consistent cleaning quality in this type of dynamic environment. Keeping control over all aspects of the office and operating proactively rather than reactively is a challenge.
To consistently maintain a healthy and clean workplace for your employees, you need new and smarter ways of working. With innovative and functional, high-capacity solutions in combination with data-driven cleaning you can increase efficiency, save time and improve the working environment for cleaning staff, office workers and yourself. It will give you a sense of control, and with that comes peace of mind.
Find out more about how real-time data can help you achieve a high and consistent quality of cleaning.
when and where there are needs
and spend time on what is most important
to demonstrate a job well done and improve ways of working
on tasks like dispenser checks and avoid unnecessary cleaning
by using data to avoid early refilling