Dust Free Environment
One of the most common problems IT professionals come across in workplaces are computer fans clogged up with dust. This overheats the computer and can result in the computer not working at all. Where possible, keep you IT equipment off the ground and keep the environment around it clean.
If your employees are working in dirty, unhygienic spaces, riddled with dust and bacteria, chances are you will see them often on sick leave, or unable to come to work. No employee should feel like they have to stay home, or worse; leave a workplace due to unhealthy working conditions.
First Impressions Matter
The good old saying, “you only have one chance to make a first impression” is rather accurate. If you’re constantly bringing prospects, clients or future employees to your office, you will only have one chance to catch their attention, and it’s best in these situations to leave a great first impression. The last thing you want to do is scare away future clients or employees away by having an unclean, unhygienic office space.
By maintaining your IT space clean and following a daily routine of disinfecting, you will be able to take care of the health of your staff and therefore motivate them to perform better and increase their productivity. You'll also be ensuring you don't suffer downtime from failed equipment. You might want to consider regular maintenance so we can inspect and clean essential IT equipment.
To help employees maintain a healthier working environment, there are some things you can do to keep your office space clean, these things include;
Not eating at desks
Organising paperwork and storing files appropriately
Dusting of keyboard and general desk area
As business owners ourselves, we know that the last thing you want to do at the end of an exhausting work day is to have to tidy up your work space, and that’s where Cleaneroo comes in.