The Importance of Washing Your Hands at Work

A clean and healthy office goes beyond regular commercial cleaning services, washing your hands is always an important activity to incorporate into your office routine. Not only does regular hand washing benefit you and remove potentially harmful dirt and bacteria from your hands. It also helps benefit everyone who spends time around you, since it stops the spread of germs--especially if you spend a lot of time around a group of people in a setting like your office.

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Fall and Winter Allergies and Employee Productivity

Fall and Winter months are notoriously spent indoors for most of us. During these months, Americans spend over 90% of our time inside. Besides the spread of the typical colds, flus and “Sick Building Syndrome” that can run rampant during this time, allergies can wreak havoc on our health, well-being and productivity.

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Get Your Business Ready for Cold and Flu Season

Cold and Flu Season is here... What are you doing to keep your business healthy this year?

The temperatures are dropping, and the days are getting shorter. This can only mean one thing: Winter is just around the bend, and with it cold and flu season (beginning in October). If you're a business owner, cold and flu season can be a particular challenge because it's common for employees to get sick.

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Go Green in the Office With These Simple Steps

Go Green in the Office With These Simple Steps

Eco-friendliness is on many people's minds these days, and one place where it's easy to make more environmentally friendly decisions is in the workplace. By changing up some simple daily habits and shifting routines, it's easy to help ensure your office taxes the environment as little as possible. Here are some simple steps you can take to go green at work.

Use the Cloud for Document Sharing

If you need to share documents between people at work, don't print a hard copy and pass it around.

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How to Prepare Your Office for Winter

Cooler weather is upon us and most of the US has had the heat on for a few weeks now. Along with spending more time warm and indoors with windows sealed, late November through December is a high travel time which exposes all of our customers and employees to new germs; which allows businesses and offices to become incubators for these pathogens to spread. Taking few key steps during the next few months can keep your business healthy and make sure you and your employees can remain productive in this already hectic time of the year!

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