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Thank Your Cleaner Day set to pay tribute to cleaners across the UK and around the world

Celebrating the amazing work of cleaners around the world, Thank Your Cleaner Day pays tribute to the millions of people working tirelessly to make others feel comfortable and safe in their living and working environments. Together with its local partners, Kärcher UK is again calling on the cleaning industry to recognise the hard-working cleaners around the world, who often work outside office hours and therefore out of site, by thanking them on 19th October for all their hard work.

First launched in 2015, Thank Your Cleaner Day is celebrated in over 50 counties around the world, as companies come together to raise awareness of the amazing work done by cleaners. From clients to office workers who use a contract cleaning company, everyone can get involved by taking time to thank their onsite cleaning staff, so they know their work is recognised and valued. From leaving them a note, giving them a little gift, or just saying “Thank you,” make sure to take the time to celebrate them and thank them for all that they do.

Following the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic over the last few years, cleanliness and hygiene is at the forefront for many businesses as they continue to maintain safe working environments. Much of the work that goes into this has been done behind the scenes by cleaners, who have worked endlessly to prepare offices and working spaces for staff members on a daily basis.

Even without the pandemic, cleanliness and hygiene are an important pillar of modern societies. Participating building service providers and associations are working with Kärcher to implement a range of actions to ensure this professional group feels valued and appreciated, alongside taking the time to say thank you and provide greater visibility for the work done by cleaners.

There are many ways to get involved and join in the appreciation for cleaning professionals. Information on the local measures planned for 19th October 2022 can be obtained at www.thankyourcleanerday.com.

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