Controversial Clean Workplace To Cut Down On Flu Article May Upset Employers

City-Jan Inc releases a controversial article titled "Fight Suwanee GA Workplace Flu With Secret Weapon - Your Janitorial Service", which may cause upset amongst Employers. More information and the article itself can be found at https://cityjaninc.com/fight-suwanee-ga-workplace-flu-with-secret-weapon-your-janitorial-service

Atlanta, United States - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

City-Jan Inc has released a potentially controversial article “Fight Suwanee GA Workplace Flu With Secret Weapon – Your Janitorial Service”, bringing some cause for concern, as the article may upset employers and facilities managers looking to cut down on sick days and yet overlooking this resource.

This 418 words in length article examines the high points and low points of creating a clean workplace to cut down on flu, in the pursuit of providing a perspective on how a cleaner workplace can help workers avoid flu germ exposure in the course of their daily tasks. In atypical manner though, a certain element of the article is set to spark discontent amongst employers and facilities managers.

Below is a portion of the piece, which neatly exemplifies the controversial element:

The flu epidemic has got people in Suwanee washing their hands more than ever, but in the workplace there are many “common” areas and surfaces being overlooked that could be spreading flu germs unless sanitized by their commercial janitorial service.

A spokesperson for City-Jan Inc, Robert Hudson, says “Of course City-Jan Inc never sets out to intentionally upset anybody. The aim of this article is first and foremost to increase flu awareness in the workplace – how can the janitorial service help them fight flu exposure? It is critical, however, that we stay dedicated to our true voice – and the fact is that sometimes the lowly cleaning service can make quite a difference.

Although our “Fight Suwanee GA Workplace Flu With Secret Weapon – Your Janitorial Service” might unsettle employers looking to cut down on sick days, our duty is to our readers. We believe it’s more important for us to make it clear that an effective janitorial service can be a big help in the workplace, even to the extent of helping to fight the spread of flu germs, than to please everyone. Which is notoriously difficult to do.”

Although there has been no backlash as of yet, the possibility exists as employers and Property/Facility Managers might be upset because they may very well have been overlooking the advantage they may already have in utilizing an effective commercial janitorial service to foster a healthy workplace..

City-Jan Inc is been a provider of in depth articles in the Commercial Janitorial Service market. The site has been publishing articles for 10 months.

City-Jan Inc has stated the future aims for the website are to raise awareness of what excellent commercial janitorial services can do for their client companies.. So City-Jan Inc hopes any controversy will pass quickly and re-emphasizes no offence is or was intended.

City-Jan Inc’s complete article can be found at https://cityjaninc.com/fight-suwanee-ga-workplace-flu-with-secret-weapon-your-janitorial-service

Contact Info:
Name: Robert Hudson
Email: roberthudson@cityjaninc.com
Organization: City-Jan Inc
Address: 5 Dunwoody Park Suite 118, Atlanta, GA 30338, United States
Phone: +1-770-502-5539

For more information, please visit https://cityjaninc.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300421

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