Cleanliness and orderliness always attract visitors. Of course, who wouldn't prioritize those things? How would you even do business somewhere that's messy? It's one of the factors that owners should consider - how they manage their establishments. A good maintenance team does that service for them. And when we say the maintenance team, you would probably see a porter doing rounds across the building to ensure that everything is right in place.
Porters are your "go-to" buddies who assist you with all your concerns, both for guests and the employees. Some businesses consider it an entry-level position. Because porters must be familiar with physical operations, owners often choose to hire someone with experience and who can work under minimal supervision. Just imagine someone standing for long hours, walking around, and even missing their weekends and holiday lunch to provide the best customer experience for the guests. That's a porter for you. Aren't porters deserve a standing ovation? (No, I'm not exaggerating. That's just how great they are.)
Porters may be underrated for some. But really, large businesses wouldn't even function without their services. Their tasks aren't always something all people could do. So if you're up for the challenge and looking for a sign that you should try to be one, this might be what you're waiting for.