Thank Your Cleaner Day

Be part of Thank Your Cleaner Day and say “Thank You!” to the hard working people responsible for your safe and clean workplace.

Kärcher thanks the men and women who help keep our workplaces clean, safe and hygienic

We all like to feel valued and appreciated

Cleaning is one of the most important industries in the world, yet most of the people undertaking these important tasks work behind the scenes. Every day, skilled hard working cleaning staff are on-site to ensure your premises are ready to go for the next business day.

Thank Your Cleaner Day is a special day once a year dedicated to all cleaners. In 2015, it was conducted for the first time in New Zealand by the local trade organization for Building Service Contractors (BSCNZ) and Kärcher to take the opportunity to thank the people who keep workplaces clean, safe and hygienic.

Together with BSCAI and local partners, Kärcher has established Thank Your Cleaner Day on a global level to recognize the hard working cleaners around the world who often work outside office hours and are therefore out of sight. On this day, October 21, 2020, clients and office workers who use a contract cleaning company can let their on-site cleaning staff know they recognize and value their work – by leaving them a note, giving them a little gift, or just saying “Thank you!”

Many of the individuals who keep our workplaces clean and safe do so in the evenings and on weekends, and thus do not cross paths with those who benefit. Thank Your Cleaner Day was established to recognize the dedicated professionals we depend on and the valuable service they provide.

Office managers and employees alike are encouraged to share the following materials, available on www.thankyourcleanerday.com, in their workplace and on social media with #thankyourcleanerday to help raise awareness of the value workplace cleaners provide and encourage others to express their gratitude.


Special Days, Special People. Thank Your Cleaner Day 2020.

What is Thank Your Cleaner Day?

Thank Your Cleaner Day is a special day once a year dedicated to all cleaners. Together with local partners from the participating countries, Kärcher wants to take the opportunity to thank the people who keep workplaces and public buildings clean, safe and hygienic. On this day, office workers can let their cleaning staff know they recognize and value their work.

Thus, Thank Your Cleaner Day is a chance to say “Thank You!” for everyone working in a facility that is cleaned by professional cleaners. This could be office buildings, factories or public buildings, such as schools. People can thank their cleaner by leaving them a note, giving them a little gift, or just saying “Thank you!”

 

Where does Thank Your Cleaner Day come from?

In 2015, it was conducted for the first time in New Zealand by the local trade organization for Building Services Contractors (BSCNZ) in cooperation with Kärcher. Through their engagement, word about the Thank Your Cleaner Day was spread widely and was a great success.

Together with similar local partners from participating countries, Thank Your Cleaner Day should now be established on a global level. They want to recognize the hard working cleaners around the world, who often work outside office hours and are therefore out of sight.

 

Why is Kärcher part of Thank Your Cleaner Day?

Kärcher is the world’s leading provider of cleaning technology like floor scrubbers, vacuums and sweepers. They are a partner of many cleaners around the globe: Alfred Kärcher SE & Co. KG employs more than 13,500 people in 72 countries. The company has always seen economic success and sustainable development as going hand in hand. Kärcher invests more than the average in research and development, in modern production methods, and in high-quality apprenticeships and in-service training for its employees.

By participating in Thank Your Cleaner Day, Kärcher’s engagement in social responsibility and sustainability is now taken another step further.

 

How is BSCAI involved with Thank Your Cleaner Day?

For more than 50 years, the Building Service Contractors Association International (BSCAI) has been the Business Resource for Contractors™. BSCAI represents a worldwide network of companies from across the United States and throughout the world that provide cleaning, facility maintenance, security, landscaping, and other related services to building owners and managers. The association provides contractor-specific educational programs, individual certifications, publications, a members-only purchasing program, seminars, industry data and research, and networking opportunities, all developed specifically for leaders in the building service industry.


Contact

Kärcher North America Inc.
Kayla Moore
4555 Airport Way
Denver, CO 80239
Kayla.Moore@karcherna.com