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4 Ways to Reduce Seasonal Allergies in the Workplace

Ahhh, springtime! The birds are chirping, the trees are budding, and the flowers are finally starting to bloom. Unfortunately, along with the many blessings of spring comes the curse of seasonal allergies. Before you run out and stock up on tissues, here are four ways your business can reduce seasonal allergies in the workplace.

The Cost of Seasonal Allergies in the Workplace

If you’re a business owner, seasonal allergies are nothing to sneeze at. According to the Allergy and Asthma Foundation of America, approximately 50 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies. The average worker with allergies misses about one hour per week over the course of a year and that sick time is concentrated during the peak allergy periods of spring, summer, and early fall. Seasonal allergies don’t just increase employee absenteeism; they also decrease employee productivity. A 2001 study found that when pollen counts spiked, productivity among workers with allergies decreased by as much as 10 percent!

Reducing Seasonal Allergies in the Workplace

Here are four things your business can do to reduce seasonal allergies in the workplace:

  1. Make sure you have good air filtration. Seasonal allergens like pollen enter the workplace through ventilation, and open doors and windows. Be sure to regularly monitor and change your air filters and properly maintain your heating and air conditioning systems at least twice a year.

  2. Tidy up your space. Encourage employees to keep their work space neat and clutter-free. Excess clutter and paper can attract dust and increase allergies in the workplace.

  3. Do away with the dust. During the warmer months, the dust from pollen and other allergens very quickly accumulates on desks, tables, filing cabinets, and more. Hiring a commercial cleaning company like NH Cleaning Services will help your business keep dust under control.

  4. Keep your floors and carpeting clean. All summer long, your employees and customers track allergens like pollen and even pesticides into the workplace. Your floors and carpeting should be regularly swept, vacuumed, and steam cleaned by a commercial cleaning company to remove dust, germs, and bacteria.

Commercial Cleaning Services in NH

Seasonal allergies can have a significant impact on your bottom line. The professionals at NH Cleaning Services are here to help you keep your employees healthy and reduce the effects of seasonal allergies on your workplace. Contact us today to learn more about our commercial cleaning services in NH. We’re happy to provide you with a free, no-obligation quote.

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