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Organizing Strategies to Limit Your Use of Paper at Work

According to The Paperless Project, paper in the average business grows by 22% a year. This means that the amount of paper used in your office will double in 3.3 years if you don’t take steps to start curbing your paper usage right away. But where do you start? You need a plan to organize… Continue Reading »

6 Strategies for Keeping Personal Info Safe at Work

In the age of technology and advancement, it’s never been more important to be aware of how your privacy and personal information is being handled. While we may proactively safeguard our information at home, this may not be the case in the workplace. By developing and applying specific office organizing strategies around this topic, you’ll… Continue Reading »

Paperwork Organizing Strategies for Your Receipts

Whether it’s preparing for tax season or just clearing the clutter from your desk and briefcase, having a system in place to help process receipts is essential. Not only can they pile up, but it’s so easy to misplace an important receipt and that can really come back to haunt you later on. A system… Continue Reading »

4 Strategies for Keeping Your Office Paperwork Organized

Keeping your office paperwork organized is an essential part of staying productive. If you are constantly searching for misplaced files or having to double back and find things needed to complete a project, you are wasting crucial time that could otherwise be used to get the work done. A decrease in productivity can mean missed… Continue Reading »

Tech Tools Make Organizing Office Paperwork Easier

Are you overwhelmed by paperwork? If you head into the office each day and are met by an overflowing pile of files, receipts, and random documents overtaking your desk, then you are probably also struggling with productivity. Meeting deadlines and working efficiently relies on anorganized office space where paperwork you need to complete a task… Continue Reading »