[Infographic] The Three Things That Could Be Tainting Your Office Environment

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An office environment needs to be suitable for all who work there for them to get the best quality of work done imaginable. You want your employees to be happy at work, engaged, and giving you the best quality they can possible muster. However, there could be a few things tainting your office environment.

Take a look at the following 3 things and learn why they could be ruining your workplace:

Office Politics

Office politics can be a tough things to keep an eye on. This is why, as a business owner, you should have an open door policy. Make sure you get involved with your employees, learn about them, and start conversations. Aim to inspire them. When you know more about what’s going on in the office, you’ll be able to nip any issues in the bud before they even begin.

Bad Management

Bad management isn’t necessarily a person who bosses employees about. Bad management doesn’t necessarily mean nasty management. It can simply mean inconsistent management. Management that isn’t bothering to keep employees engaged, or even management that attempts to micromanage and put rules in place that hinder rather than help. For example, telling your employees that they can’t talk to each other is a recipe for disaster!

Dirt And Dust

Dirt and dust make your workplace a nasty, unhealthy place to be. They can make your employees ill, and you can’t expect your employees to fit it into their daily routines either. Hiring a cleaner is the best thing you can possibly do. However, you don’t want to bid for one. The infographic below will help you to figure out how to avoid bidding for office cleaning.

credit to Master Cleaners


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Simon is a creative and passionate business leader dedicated to having fun in the pursuit of high performance and personal development. He is co-founder of Truthsayers Neurotech, the world's first Neurotech platform servicing the enterprise. Simon is also an Ambassador for Gloucestershire business. Simon is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Professional Development and Associate Member of the Agile Business Consortium.

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