Even during a pandemic, "the show must go on." The United States is slowly opening the economy again, but COVID-19 is still a threat. Now it's up to business owners to keep customers safe. The economy is important for our society, but another wave of the virus would be a major setback. Here's a quick look at how businesses can help ensure customer safety during COVID-19.
A recent survey by an independent consulting firm found that more than 50% of employees throughout the United States are concerned that they may be exposed to COVID-19 when they return to work. One way to alleviate concerns? Ensure employees return to a clean and disinfected office.
As states across the country end their COVID-19 shelter-in-place and stay-at-home orders, offices are reopening. Companies must be proactive in preparing to have employees work in the office after months of working at home.
At long last, stay-at-home restrictions in place due to COVID-19 are starting to lift. Slowly but surely, people are making their way back to their jobs and offices.
Janitorial professionals are health care workers. They prevent the spread of diseases by properly cleaning facilities and breaking the transmission routes of pathogenic microorganisms (germs) that cause illnesses such as influenza.