You slide your chair to your desk.
After taking a sip of coffee, you place the mug on the desk, tap the mouse and space bar a few times.
The computer boots up.
You scratch your head and look to the corner of your desk.
“What’s this,” you murmur to yourself as you scratch harder.
Your screen goes bright.
The light hits the stack of papers on your desk, just the right way to make this newfound problem glow.
“Oh, no!” you shout.
“We’ve got vendors still coming on property,” you yell across to Laura, your operations director.
“Quite a few,” you continue.
You both pause for a moment.
Laura turns to you.
“That’s a problem,” Laura says a breath before you do.
You and Laura have a harsh realization.
Vendors are coming to your property.
Yes, you always find out about them later, especially if there is a PO or something they need to communicate with your team.
But you never had this high level of concern when it comes to having visitors on the property.
You and Laura are working on the property to keep things functioning and to manage stuff like this.
But you didn’t think of the effect of this one.
Vendors are still coming on the property to check on things or conduct preventive maintenance.
Usually, that’s never been a problem, only a routine that you don’t worry about ever.
Now is a different story.
You’ve got to ensure their work location is clean when they leave the property.
Lives could depend on it.
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