You may be trying to consolidate on costs and see how frequently it makes sense to bring in a crew with cleaning carts to take care of office clutter. While some things, like cleaning up cubicles and organizing supply closets, can be left up to employees, other to-dos are best left to the professionals.
According to Good Housekeeping, there are some cleanup chores that should be left to a daily basis while others can stand to wait until professionals can come in. For starters, the coffee pot should be cleaned on a daily basis, and it could make sense to instate a rule that whoever is the last to use it for the day is the one in charge of cleaning.
However, something that can be left to a professional crew, like vacuuming or cleaning light fixtures, can be completed on a monthly basis. This way, you don’t need to feel as though you need to bring a crew in every day if you’re looking to reduce overall maintenance costs.
If you have tile floors in your office space, the Spruce recommends having them mopped once a week, particularly in high-traffic areas to keep from them from getting slippery or having buildup. When there’s a lot of foot traffic, it can be easy to get dirty quickly.