Survey: A clean office encourages productivity this flu season
TORONTO — As flu season approaches, it may be time to break out those cleaning supplies, disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizer, according to a press release.
But keeping a clean workspace may not just be good for your health, as a recent customer survey by Staples Advantage Canada, the business-to-business division of Staples, indicated that maintaining a clean and tidy workspace increases productivity, the release stated.
According to the release, a resounding 94 percent of the customers polled said they feel more productive in a clean workspace, with 77 percent stating they produce higher quality work in a clean and organized environment.
In addition to being more productive, 60 percent felt that better implementation of health and wellness guidelines would decrease illness at work, the release noted.
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