Today is about being your best self and living your best life. It’s important to reach your full potential without sacrificing your sanity, low cortisone levels and losing your overall balance. Being productive in the workplace is one crucial way of achieving that goal. You work, let’s say, 40 hours a week. That’s about 2,080…

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Ever had foul odors sting you right in the nostrils and then you, the victim, wondered how to get rid of them? If not, stop reading and get out (but please feel free to check-out some other blogs and content more suitable to your liking). If yes, continue reading. Bad odors have been around for…

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I was in dire need of a planner (because, you know, it’s a thing and my smartphone won’t suffice). And so, I purchased one on the super handy Staples website: a nicely sized colorful paperback 2020 planner. Amongst the brushed strokes of purple, white, orange and gold printed all around the cover, there was a…

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Here’s a story. Dan (name change) was a friend of mine who worked at Unnamed Company (also name change) for quite sometime. Dan, in the eyes of most, was a stellar employee: he arrived every day 15 minutes before his start time, handed-in all his assignments, and never – ever – complained when Unnamed Company…

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Marie Kondo once put it best: “The objective of cleaning is not just to clean, but to feel happiness living within that environment.” When cleaning commercial facilities, this is exactly what we do as cleaners for the residents of the very buildings we upkeep. And because the lives that are affected by what we do…

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Edmund Burke once explained, “Good order is the foundation of all good things.” In order for a building’s cleanliness to reach its peak, a structure to keep employee accountability, managerial knowledge, and client communication up-to-date and transparent is necessary using a time system. Through this blog, we will dive into the effects of the order brought by efficient…

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As springtime comes around again, so does allergy season. Pollen, dust, and all sorts of other allergens are in free fall and end up all over surfaces and fabrics. Whether you’re at home or at the office, these allergens can find their way into carpets. Keeping carpets that cover the floors of buildings, schools, offices,…

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It is likely that when asking an Entrepreneur or Manager the main reasons that lead businesses to success they forget to mention restroom cleaning as one of the main reasons. Even if it could seem insignificant to some, the reality is that commercial restrooms sanitation do play a major roll in your overall business success.…

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