Office morale is at an all-time low in the UK. Many companies are only now realising how hard the recession has hit them and are still making cut backs to recoup some of the money they have lost. So if your office staff are feeling uncertain, the last thing you’ll want to do is make the situation worse by feeding their concern by not promoting a happy place to work.

It’s really important to try to make your office a happy place to be when the economic climate is making even the most enthusiastic of us feel gloomy. And there are a few ways you can do this without seeming too pushy or actively encouraging staff to take part in out of office activities.

If your office is in a mess with pieces of paper floating across the floor and tumbleweed balls of dust rolling across the desk surfaces, it’s time to get a regular office cleaner.

A clean office automatically promotes a healthy happy workplace. If your office is grubby and unwelcoming it’s difficult to expect your staff to be happy too.

Office cleaners in London can clean your office as often as is needed. They can mop and vacuum the floor, dust the desks and the computers and even take the bins out if needed; you just need to book an appointment to see what they can do for you.