The great news is that it is easy to say whether you are changing your cleaning firm. All you have to do is walk the office quickly!
Have your eye on some of these five signs (ideally in the morning after cleansing has been done). You need a better office cleaner:
Your first experience of your business is here with your customers. You may have an outstanding, competent receptionist, but you may have cleanliness. Unclean doors and windows, dusty or sticky tapestry and uncomfortable reception area, paperwork, etc.
You don’t want to work in a place like this if you’re first hit with a hideous taste, dirtiest, and toilet paper in the bathroom facilities. Your toilets are one of the most open hygiene standards in your workplace.
This area or room should be relaxing and clean both for staff and visitors and can serve as an opportunity to strengthen team and company relations through informal coffee, lunch, etc. Filthy, dumb microwaves or refrigerators, dirty surfaces and nasty cups can be part of unprofessional cleaning practices.
It is organized, healthy, sanitary and active. We have seen some people with static pcs and office chairs, food on keyboards and laptops as well as paperwork, and, in some cases, pests. We’ve seen some of them.
Our first visit is always to understand your cleaning closet and to feel it’s essential to keep it tidy, well-stocked, hooked and above all colour-coded to prevent cross-pollination and the spread of infection. We have detailed signage inside the cupboards and staff are well educated and supervised in this induction.