“It’s great to be getting back to work,” Adam said. “Of course, we have concerns. Our top priority is keeping everyone healthy. And yes, we feel that way because we do care about our employees – but also, we’re a small team. There’s no extra depth on our bench. We need every person we have to get the job done.”
The recommendations to making work safe during COVID include reconfiguring work stations to allow for social distancing. Some workplaces are having physical barriers installed, including partitions, walls, and curtains, in an effort to stop the spread.
All of these physical barriers, as well as work stations, bull pens, hot desks, and other common areas where employees congregate, need to be thoroughly cleaned, disinfected, and sanitized. Choose a Norwood commercial cleaning service that follows industry best practices as well as all CDC guidelines for safe facilities.
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“While every employee is expected to clean their own work station, the fact is that every employee was expected to clean their own work station before this happened,” Adam said, “And not everyone was great at it. Things are stressful enough without going back into that battle. Considering the higher stakes now, it just makes sense to bring in a Norwood commercial cleaning company to ensure everything’s done, and done right.”
When choosing a commercial cleaning service, be aware you can contract for the amount of service that best meets your needs. “We’re a small working group, and generally we’re seeing clients early in the week. To keep the budget under control, we’ve got the commercial cleaners coming in on Tuesday nights and over the weekend. If we were busier or saw more people, we’d have the cleaners coming every night.”
If you’re in the process of re-opening your Norwood business, or you’ve already re-opened and are finding it hard to keep up with the demands of the new cleanliness standards, give us a call. We’re here to help.