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Value of Clean – The Cost of Surface Contamination

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If someone comes to work ill, it’s pretty much only a matter of time until several other people become ill as well. People generally only consider airborne contamination, such as coughing and sneezing, as the reason for the spread of disease and often forget that commonly touched surfaces are …

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The Value of Clean – The Benefits of Dust Reduction

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The negative health effects of dust borne contaminants like asbestos or coal are well known and well documented, however, in recent years there has been an increased awareness of other dust related diseases. Illnesses such, asthma, allergies, a variety of respiratory illnesses, even cancer, can occur at much lower exposure …

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The Value of Clean – The Effect of Employee Illness on Output and Sales

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Employee absenteeism has a direct cost to business. In 2011, Canadian workers took an average of 9.3 sick days costing their employers a total of $16.6 billion.* According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in some cases the costs associated with employee absenteeism were greater than …

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The Value of Clean Series: The Cost of Reduced Productivity

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We all know healthy employees are more productive; healthy people are far less likely to call in sick. Sick day absenteeism increases operating costs through lost productivity, increased overtime pay, and a decrease in the morale of healthy workers caused by the additional stress of performing the missing person’…

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