Denise Perreault

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Denise Perreault is a writer and mother, originally hailing from Saint Paul, Minnesota. Growing up as one of seven siblings, Denise was no stranger to hard work. Each family member was expected to contribute to household duties, and Denise quickly learned she excelled in many areas. Her first job was with a local cleaning company, which serviced homes and small businesses around Saint Paul, eventually becoming the company's youngest manager. It was there that she learned many of the tips and business practices that serve her well today.

Following high school, Denise relocated to the NYC area, earning a Bachelor's degree in communications. It was during this time that she discovered her passion for writing, merging that with her previous business experience as a professional cleaner.

Denise has joined the CBS team as an educational outreach writer, sharing her tips, experience, and love of service. She lives in the NYC area with her husband, 2 boys, and their dog Jake.

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What is “Sick Building Syndrome?”


From time to time, people might find that they are sick of their job. But it turns out that sometimes, your job could actually be making you sick. Perfect example: I had a friend in high school who worked in an office on the weekends to save up to buy a car, and she used to complain to me that every day she had to work, she found herself getting headaches and watery eyes while she was there. She joked that maybe she was allergic to work, but it turns out that she might’ve been partially right; it very well could’ve been “sick building syndrome” that she was experiencing, which can cause symptoms like those you get when you have allergies.

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The Dirtiest Places In The Office

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Nobody likes to take a sick day off from work, and worse still is being out of sick days and having to go to work anyway, sniffling and sneezing your way through the day. But could your office be what’s giving you that cold in the first place?

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