ECJ editor Michelle Marshall speaks exclusively to Henrik Andersen, chief operating officer for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at ISS Group about the workforce challenges facing the cleaning sector, and also the many opportunities that exist to attract and retain new employees.
“Every success we have is founded in our
Katie Das, global marketing manager at Diversey Consulting, looks at the risk factors contributing to the spread of foodborne illness, and ways in which these can be mitigated.
In January 2015, Diversey Care was once again the official partner of the prestigious Bocuse d'Or competition. This biennial event sees world-renowned chefs from across
How important is the type of squeegee and the size, shape and position of the brushes in determining a scrubber dryer’s performance? Ann Laffeaty finds out.
Scrubber dryers come in all shapes and sizes and the average customer will consider the size, comfort, cost and ease of use of the machine when considering which model to purchase. All
Are medical professionals in Europe concerned about the risks of Ebola? How easily is it spread, and is it on the radar of those European companies serving the healthcare sector? ECJ takes a closer look at Ebola and finds out what is being done to keep it away from Europe’s shores.
Over the past 12 months the world has been facing the
Companies worldwide have been proclaiming their ‘green’ credentials over the past few years and the cleaning and hygiene sector has been no exception. But do customers actually care about ‘greenness?’ We ask companies their views.
The attitude towards ‘green’ and ‘sustainable’ companies is changing
Where in the world are people most likely to use their workplace washrooms to let off steam, eat, rehearse a presentation or carry out an exercise routine? And which nationality is most likely to shun a gym, public washroom or even dinner at a friend’s house due to concerns about poor hygiene?
Tork manufacturer SCA shares some insights from