CINCINNATI — Just as the traditional start to the flu season is set to begin, Kimberly-Clark Professional has announced the introduction of The Healthy Workplace Project Desk Caddy, according to a press release.
The Desk Caddy is a key new component of The Healthy Workplace Project, the Kimberly-Clark Professional program that addresses germs not just in the restrooms, but throughout the office, the release stated.
According to the release, by positioning the most important hygiene and germ-reducing supplies at an accessible desktop location, the Desk Caddy makes it easier for employees to "wash, wipe and sanitize" to help reduce the spread of illness-causing germs.
Studies show that desks, phones, keyboards and computer mice may have as much as three times more germs and other organic material than the average toilet seat, the release noted.
The Caddy is just the latest element in The Healthy Workplace Project, a multi-faceted program that Kimberly-Clark Professional has designed to help companies provide their employees with a healthier and more productive office environment, the release added.
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