My mom once got in trouble (state employee) for suggesting her team come clean the bathroom on the weekend.
She and they were really frustrated because they felt the bathroom was disgusting, and they kept sending in cleaning requests, which were supposedly "met," and they said to each other, "that's not clean!"
So Mom said, "I'm coming in this weekend, and I'm going to clean it the way it SHOULD be, so I can SHOW them!!! I'd love some help." Two of the ladies did.
Mom said, "I really didn't think about it as required, but I got in trouble for it. But it was a nice feeling to stand there and point to the grime-less surfaces and edges, and say 'THIS is clean!' And I will say, they cleaned it properly ever after." I think the fact that they'd been moved to do this meant that their supervisors said to the cleaning people, "Do -your- job right!"