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FUN FACT: Fewer Brits wash their hands than before the pandemic…

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Research released by Initial Washroom Hygiene has found that fewer people wash their hands after visiting a public washroom now, than in 2018. Today’s findings come in spite of a government public information campaign that focused on handwashing to help prevent and slow the spread of Coronavirus throughout the pandemic. Just two thirds (66%) of […]

Third of UK workforce concerned don’t trust colleagues’ hygiene

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Over a third (33%) of British workers don’t trust that their colleagues are practicing proper hygiene guidelines, according to new research. The study, conducted by print firm Solopress, reveals the main discomforts for both employers and employees as businesses plan to reopen following the lockdown lift. Pre-pandemic office regularities are now considered uncomfortable, with 44% […]

Third of men say it’s unprofessional for women to discuss their period at work

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32% of male office workers claim it is unprofessional for women to talk about their period in the workplace. The survey of 2,000 office workers by Initial Washroom Hygiene found there is a real fear of having open conversations about how periods affect women at work. Meanwhile, the women polled said they would feel more […]