Did you know fifty-four percent of adults drink coffee every day? On average three cups a day are consumed before breakfast or between meals. During this time people may be on the way to their office or looking to coffee to help boost energy. We believe coffee can also help improve interoffice conversations among people we see everyday. Here are a few positive ways coffee can help impact your office environment.
Did you know that about 77 percent of employees in the U.S. have a workplace coffee area? For many employees, coffee has become part of their daily routine. To some, it is the necessary fuel needed to get through the workday. More and more businesses are introducing or improving a coffee area. So employees can easily access coffee throughout the day. It may even give them the boost of energy they need!
By having a coffee machine, you are not adding a perk, but giving employees more benefits that come along with it. Here are 6 ways it can help your office:
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Did you know there are over 40 million emergency room visits due to injuries over a year in the US? The National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care study found there are 10,612,000 visits due to unintentional falls. With the proper preparation you can prevent falls from happening on or near your facility this winter. Here are five things you should know about ice melt and how to successfully prepare your facility for a safe winter.
Why do we love coupons and question rebates? According to research, in 2016, 38 percent of people actively look for coupons while people submit thousands of complaints concerning rebates. On average over $500 million in rebates go unclaimed over a year according to Consumer Affairs. To ease the hassle and streamline the process, here are a few tips on how to ensure you get rebates and gifts easier than you thought it could be.
This Fall season, Miller's Supplies at Work and many of our friends and family will be stepping off start lines at nearby Walk to End Alzheimer's events. We are proud to walk as a part of the community, taking steps towards making a difference. Please find a list of our walks below and join us at an event near you.
The Alliance for Consumer Education estimates nearly 22 million school days are missed each year due to the common cold in the United States. Germs that cause colds live on desks, backpacks, door knobs and most commonly touched places. Students and instructors surrounded with a cloud of germs seriously jeopardize their health.
Did you know germs can live up to 72 hours on common classroom surfaces? Buses, classrooms and cafeterias can be easy places to pick up germs on a daily basis. While students pass through hallways and locker rooms germs tag-a-long. A study conducted by NSF, The Public Health and Safety Organization found the five germiest places at schools.
A study found more than 100,000 deaths linked to infections patients received at hospitals. Taking the proper steps toward cleaner waiting rooms, medical equipment and devices can save lives. In a healthcare environment, a deeper clean is needed to ensure unwanted bacteria is not transferred to an ill patient or person with a weak immune system.
A Chicago Tribune reporter found through investigation that disinfectant must remain on surfaces and other areas for at least five minutes and then wiped off. A busy provider might unintentionally disinfect too quickly when a patient in need grabs their attention.
Your team will thank you for reminding them of these simple ways to keep their environment clean with professional cleaning supplies.
Are you taking a break or fighting germs? In just one hour germs from one person can reach up to 60 percent of the staff in your office. Though we can’t see them, germs find a way to make us sick.
How many of your staff touch door knobs, and fridge or microwave handles exposing themselves to unseen germs? Buttons and handles remain full of unwanted germs if not cleaned normally with professional cleaning supplies. These five tips will help your office staff avoid germs while in the breakroom.
Every business office has a list of "must haves" for creating an efficient, productive work environment. While paperclips, staples, and reams of paper are all essential to have stocked in your office, you're forgetting one of the most important items — coffee!