A Clean Office is a Successful Office


A clean office is a productive office. It’s almost impossible to get work done while the office or home even is a mess. The brain will focus on the clutter and mess preventing employees from concentrating on their duties.

Having a clean office will help all employees to be motivated and focused. Employees who work in a chaotic mess will undoubtedly produce similar work to their environment.

Keep employees happy and focused by keeping the office organized and clean.

Far too many companies under estimate how important it is to maintain a healthy and clean environment, not only for their customers but for their employees as well.

Over the past 10-15 years, statistics have shown that employees show better productivity, and even enjoy going to work when they know their work environment will be looked after and cleaned overnight.

A clean working environment will help to promote employee morale.

When a potential client first enters your business they will immediately judge your company based on what they see.

Are the floors dirty?  Whats that smell (good or bad)?  Are the widows clean? Is the office space clean? Employers often get so caught up in their daily schedule that they may forget that keeping the office clean can be a major benefit.

All people who visit your company will immediately question the companies’ credibility if the office area is dirty and cluttered.

Keep your office clean and presentable, you’ll have happy clients.

If you want to make sure your company starts each day out on the right foot, make sure you keep your company clean.

Try the following basis ideas to clean and organise your work place, which will help with productive and success.

  • Reception Area: Make sure windows are clean, counters free of clutter, the plants free of dust. Ensure area is vacuumed, dusted at least weekly if not daily.
  • Restrooms: Keep restrooms clean and sanitary. Maybe even smelling nice. A dirty bathroom isn’t only unpleasant it’s also unhealthy. This is one area that should be done daily, before anyone enters the building or after everyone leaves the building for the day.
  • Offices/Desks : All bins should be emptied daily. A vacuum should be run every other day if not daily. Make your employees aware of your cleaning policy and have them or your cleaning service clean their desks regularly to help cut back on germs and airborne illnesses especially as the Flu season approaches.
  • Lunch Room: This room is often the most used yet least cleaned room of a business. A testament to this theory is the employee refrigerator, a place often feared by even the bravest individuals. A simple solution would be to organise a set employee to clean weekly and have your cleaner full clean monthly.