ABCO Offers Tips for Celebrating Employee Appreciation Day

March 2, 2023

In recognition of Employee Appreciation Day, which takes place March 3, ABCO Products Corp. has shared a series of tips for making cleaning professionals feel valued.

ABCO’s suggestions include:

  • Provide effective cleaning tools. Workers need the right tools to properly complete their tasks. It’s essential to equip cleaning teams with high-quality tools that help them do their job well.
  • Incorporate award recognition programs. Boost employee morale through a recognition program by highlighting employees for their dedication or positive customer reviews.
  • Invest in the community. Many employees are invested in the community where their job and home are located. Consider hosting a local clean-up day, donating to a local food bank, or rewarding workers with gift certificates to area businesses.
  • Encourage communication. Build trust by communicating transparently with cleaning teams. Actively listen to employees and incorporate their feedback so they feel valued and respected.

“Cleaning professionals often don’t get the recognition they deserve for their hard work in helping to keep building visitors and occupants safe,” said Carlos Albir, ABCO president. “It’s important to ensure employees feel appreciated, especially in a field with such high worker turnover.”

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