I know we're not the only office who deals with diverse, shall we say, cleanliness habits. We're an equal opportunity employer, after all. We've got neat freaks, chore-challenged and just about everything in between.
We are all swamped, and we're all professionals. We admittedly struggle with the concept of cleaning at work. Should everyone take a week of duty? Are executives exempt? Is cleaning up after our own clients and visitors expected, or should the receptionist or assistants do it?
We're delighted that our commercial cleaning service, Liberty Building Maintenance, not only cleans offices and restrooms, but kitchens, too! We all clap and smile the minute they arrive, knowing that our sometimes-cluttered-sometimes-clean kitchen will, at least today, be spic-and span. Liberty's building maintenance services and construction clean up have been grade-A since no one is quite sure how to perform anything but light maintenance duties around here. We're mostly creative types, not engineers.
We're growing and we need your help. How does your staff handle office kitchen duty? In the meantime, I'll keep leaving notes like this. It doesn't change behavior, but it sure makes me feel better!