A survey shows that 83% of Americans believe the condition of a workplace restroom is one indicator of how an employer values its workforce. The survey, by lavatory equipment manufacturer Bradley Corp., found that 66% of employees rate their workplace restrooms excellent or very good.
However, approximately one-third report they’ve experienced a range of annoying issues. Toilets that were clogged or not flushed, really bad smells and empty or jammed toilet paper or towel dispensers were the three most common complaints.
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