We all know that the young workforce has high expectations for today’s businesses. As employees, they want to do business for companies that remain professional and provide a healthy, welcoming space for team members to work, learn and grow. As customers, they want to purchase products and services from brands that look, feel and sound both authentic and transparent. All of these traits come together to form a first impression for professionals and consumers young and old. But organizations across all industries forget the value of a first impression. Efforts to build an appealing and modern brand image become buried under the day-to-day work creating outstanding products and services and managing business operations.
But business leaders can’t afford to underestimate the importance of deliberately fashioning a brand image, which often requires refining the appearance of where a business sets up shop—a physical building. When you make space in the budget for maintaining your building by hiring a professional cleaning partner and purchasing the right resources to keep your workplace immaculately clean, you’re investing in the short-term and long-term success of your organization. And a clean, sanitized building is essential for those working in research and development, education and the restaurant industry, among many other fields.
Companies that move beyond keeping up appearances to invest more in commercial cleaning create the type of environment that builds high-functioning, productive teams and impresses visitors, whether prospects, current customers or new employees. A pristine building retains happy and healthy employees and helps businesses foster an excellent reputation.
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