Does a vitamin D deficiency detected among evening and night shift cleaners in Norway give cause for concern? ECJ reporter Lotte Printz investigates.
Cleaners in Norway working night and evening shifts for facilities services company ISS may receive a special kind of supplement soon.
Unfortunately – you could say – this supplement
Fighting infections truly is a matter of life and death. The World Health Organisation (WHO) reports that at any given time, of every 100 hospitalised patients, seven in developed countries and 10 in developing countries will acquire at least one healthcare-associated infection (HAI).1 Tragically that means every year, HAIs kill 16,000,000
A campaign to promote good working conditions in the cleaning industry has been launched by an industry-led taskforce set up by the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
The taskforce is made up of businesses, trade associations and trade unions.
The Commission convened the taskforce following publication of its report The Invisible Workforce:
Facility services provider Sodexo has been holding its own month-long Wellbeing Challenge at its operation in the UK and Ireland.
The initiative, open to its 34,000 employees, was run through the Wellbeing Zone, Sodexo's new website and smartphone app that allows employees to track their diet and physical activity and follow personalised fitness
A female entrepreneur from Montreal, Canada has come up with a mini bidet-like device that she claims can be clipped on to any standard toilet.
Miki Agrawal believes that her compact invention - named the Tushy - could sound the death knell for conventional toilet paper.
The device is designed to fit on to the left side of any standard two-piece
Diversity & inclusion – one of the buzz phrases for the 21st century workplace. But what does it
really mean, and how are cleaning sector companies embracing the concept?
Diversity & inclusion. It’s a phrase we have all heard many times but do we know what it means, and how many businesses can say they are truly embracing its