A cleaner, cleaner office is what everyone wants, according to a new survey by a financial advice company.
“If you’re cleaning up a business, you should be a clean, clean office.
If you’re working in a cubicle, you’re not,” said Jason Hager, president and founder of the financial consulting firm NerdWallet.
In the latest survey, NerdWallet asked people whether or not their offices were clean, with the average score of a clean office being 18.7 per cent.
“The biggest thing is people don’t know what clean means.
You want to make sure you’re doing what you say you’re going to do.
It means having a clean environment, a clean workspace, clean people,” Hager said.
NerdWallet surveyed 517 US businesses between Jan. 2 and Dec. 31, 2017, and found that most employees felt they had been treated with respect and kindness.
“We found that in every one of the departments, there was a clear difference between the cleaning staff and the people cleaning up the offices,” Hagg said.
The company also found that cleanliness has become a big business for some businesses.
“When you see a business that has a clean business and they’re in a recession, you can see it’s a big hit on the bottom line,” Hagan said.
“People are spending a lot more time in clean spaces.”
According to Hagan, it’s important to keep clean because it’s the biggest driver of success.
“Cleanliness and cleanliness of your office is the key to being successful,” he said.
“It’s also how you can create the opportunity for your business to thrive and grow.”