September 21, 2021

James Carver in Property Week: Clean sweep vital for office return…

Writing for Property Week, OSC’s Managing Director, James Carver, outlines how post-pandemic office workers now expect a higher level of cleanliness and safety in the workplace than ever before.

The news that workers are returning in their thousands to the office has been incredibly welcome for City landlords and office operators. However, as workers start to return it is essential that operators and employers do not become complacent about COVID-19 precautions.

 

Writing for Property Week, OSC’s Managing Director, James Carver, outlines how post-pandemic office workers now expect a higher level of cleanliness and safety in the workplace than ever before.

 

The piece highlights those simple measures, such as additional cleaning and providing hand sanitiser and sneeze screens, which can help alleviate workers’ concerns surrounding health safety.

 

James rightly notes that it will also be crucial to pay closer attention to the day-to-day office cleaning to help keep employees reassured and make them feel confident about the return to the office. Ultimately, this focus on the quality and cleanliness of an office space could determine whether or not workers will remain in the office in the future.

 

You can read James’ article in full here:

https://www.propertyweek.com/feedback/clean-sweep-vital-for-office-return/5116314.article

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