Small Business Bottom Line Results, Consider Office Cleaning for Health Benefitsby Gary Megginson on 03/06/13
As a business executive, small business owner, or manager you are faced with the fact that costs of doing business seem to constantly be growing. In today’s economic realities many, if not most, businesses are not always able to increase the prices you can charge for our goods and services while remaining competitive in the marketplace. You are required to do more and more with less and less.
Many turn to cut operational expenses related to administration aspects of the organization. Cut backs on preventative maintenance of heating and air conditioning units, reduction of frequency of office and restroom cleaning, purchasing lower quality paper supplies for use in office equipment and restrooms (that contain more paper dust), and stretching the useful life of office carpets and fabric furniture just to name a few cost cutting measures.
In this series, we will discuss some of the short and long term consequences of those decisions.