There was a time when cleanliness was considered as sacred and pure. Not only homes but the place of work used to be kept totally neat and clean, free of any dust or dirt. The logic behind this intense sensitivity regarding cleanliness was not only health and hygiene factors but also religious factors. It was believed that the unclean places do not welcome Gods and as such keeping a place untidy was not considered as good.
There are many offices where the responsibility of keeping work areas clean is placed on the employees. Before starting work, they are expected to clean the area where they work. Though, it is good as far as responsibility learning is concerned, it diverts the focus and concentration of the employees to other areas instead of the work for which they have been hired. They may be indulged in highly analytical or complicated work but if they are also expected to take care of cleanliness aspects, their concentration may waver. Thus, it is best that work is allocated and assigned to professionals. There is no dearth of cleaning companies Birmingham. Many of them offer regular, systematic and highly professional cleaning services ensuring that every corner of the office premises is free of even a speck of dust particle. Their services are usually all inclusive that includes dusting and cleaning carpets, removing cob webs, sweeping floors, shining balustrades, cleaning restrooms, refill supplies, and many more. They
start their work completing each task in a professional manner. The work is done in such a way that the employees do not feel distracted. They can continue working with no interruption of regular office work.
Professional office cleaners in Birmingham have been instrumental in bringing about this change of having the offices sparkling clean at all times. It gives a feeling of positivity and results in better productivity. Employees feel motivated and they are in a better health to put on their thinking caps and look for innovative solutions to complicated problems. The company enjoys heightened efficiency and effectiveness. They remain healthy and do not get easily tired. This reduces absenteeism and the rate of attrition. A welcoming, warm and neat and clean environment work wonders on their psyche.
As a result they have found that the employees are more geared up to take on any challenge. They feel good about themselves and this overall boosts a healthy working environment which is conducive for growth of the company. It is a trend which has strong foundations and is sure to be the next big thing in Birmingham. Thus, it is best to hire professional cleaning services from time to time to ensure complete cleanliness and hygiene.
Image from page 391 of “Bell telephone magazine” (1922)
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Title: Bell telephone magazine
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: American Telephone and Telegraph Company American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Information Dept
Publisher: [New York, American Telephone and Telegraph Co., etc.]
Contributing Library: Prelinger Library
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