COMMERCIAL CLEANING CORPORATION AWARDS FIRST ANNUAL HIGHER EDUCATION GRANT
Commercial Cleaning Corporation launched its first annual grant program in May of 2022. The new scholarship program is aimed at providing support for the company’s employees who have children attending higher learning. Commercial Cleaning Corp awarded three, two-thousand-dollar grants to those employees who applied and were selected by a committee. Horacio Cruz-Mendoza, a recipient of one of the grants is the first in his family to attend college. Commercial Cleaning Corp plans to offer this grant annually and is looking forward to continuing the program for years to come. “We are constantly striving for ways provide a positive work experience for our employees” Said Michael Rosen President of Commercial Cleaning Corp “This project meant a great deal to me, higher education is important, and I’m honored to be able to provide support to our employees for that.” Read more “CCC Awards First Annual Higher Education Grant”
Training and Trust Are Keys to Medical Grade Commercial Cleaning
Healthcare facilities, more than any other industry rely on commercial cleaning services when cleaning their facility. Medical facility cleaning services consist of three main goals:
- Meeting strict federal safety and privacy requirements.
- Protecting the health and safety of the medical team and patients.
- Presenting a clean, attractive atmosphere that builds confidence between patients and their providers.
Unlike other buildings, cleanliness in medical facilities serve dual functions of providing both surface cleanliness and infection prevention.
Working in clutter is a challenge most of us struggle with at some point in our lives. Clutter makes it difficult to get things done, to find what you need, and to live in an orderly and efficient manner. When we spend time everyday looking for our keys or trying to find that important document, we can become frantic and stressed, allowing this negative daily energy to build up over time.
One of the less obvious affects that clutter has is the impact on our mental clarity. Clutter contributes to our inability to think clearly, increases stress levels, and drains our mental and physical energy.
There are countless benefits to maintaining a clean office space. Beyond the aesthetic appeal, a clean office reduces the spread of illness, promotes productivity, reduces stress, and increases safety, which has an overall positive impact on the company’s bottom line.
Let’s discuss four ways a commercial cleaning company can help you improve your bottom line in 2022.
It’s the time of year when we reflect on our personal and professional goals and it will come as no surprise that the majority of resolutions that people make have to do with improving business and bettering one’s health.
How you take care of your office space can greatly impact these two areas and today, more than ever, cleanliness and job satisfaction are the keys to finding and keeping valuable employees. These factors can also help you reach your 2022 business goals.
Over the past 12-plus months the marketplace has changed drastically and we have seen new cleaning trends emerge, strategies evolve, and employee and customer needs continue to shift. The new year is a time to reflect on what has worked and how to develop strategies to continue to improve.
Below, we have listed three resolutions that will set you and your team up for a healthier and more successful year:
For most businesses, the office kitchen and break room are a constant battle to keep clean, organized and maintained. The office kitchen always seems to become the source of frustration because of its constant use.
The experts here at Commercial Cleaning Corporation would like to offer these four helpful strategies to keep your office kitchen clean for good.
A top concern for many offices during the pandemic is how germs spread and what steps to take to minimize their spread. As more people return to the workplace and with an increase of in-person customers to stores, employers in every industry have been taking steps to provide safer, healthier business environments.
Germs spread quickly, and in places of business surfaces get touched often and by many people. By understanding exactly how germs spread around your business you can better understand what can be done to reduce the spread.
Dust mites are microscopic, insect-like pests that generate some of the most common indoor allergens that can trigger allergic reactions and asthma in some people. Did you know hundreds of thousands of dust mites can live in the bedding, mattresses, upholstered furniture, carpets or curtains in your home and office?
Dust mites are not parasites; they don’t bite, sting or burrow into our bodies. However, the harmful allergens they create come from their fecal pellets and body fragments.
The best way to keep your office building in great shape from top to bottom is to address any maintenance issues quickly to prevent bigger problems from occurring.
Many of the biggest building maintenance issues and risks can be identified by asking your cleaning staff a few key questions. By implementing a proactive maintenance strategy, you will address two very important things: reducing overall maintenance costs and improving safety.