Most of us are aware of the risks related with an unclean office, but do you know what causes these germs to fester and travel around your office?
A new survey conducted by a global hygiene company, SCA, studied 1,000 workers and their attitudes towards hygiene in the office. The conclusion exposed that almost 66% of UK office workers wished their place of work was cleaner and more hygienic, with only 25% of workers rating there office as hygienic.
After reading this blog post, you will be able to reflect and agree that the main problem for organisations and managers today is how to motivate people at work.
Despite tremendous strides in understanding human motivation, we still don't do a very good job of practising it in our daily work.
The way to achieving success in the cleaning business is not just offering a great service but offering exceptional customer service. Customer service that results in completely satisfied customer is not difficult and it is neither instinctive nor simple.
A cleaning company should know how to offer excellent customer support the success of the company greatly depend on it. And on top of that, isn’t customer service simply common sense?
Cleaning contracts between service contractors and corporate centres, schools, or universities often are for two-year terms—sometimes less.
There are some reasons for these contracts to be so short, but for the most part, it is to the customer’s—and the service contractors—advantage to agree to a longer cleaning contract.