De-clutter your office by getting rid of everything that you don’t need or want. This includes furniture, equipment, supplies and even plants.
Put everything where it belongs. Find items that have moved around the office and put them back in their place.
Establish zones or specific areas where specific duties are done for example, copier machine, faxing, recycling paper and scanning in one area.
Revise your filing system getting rid of duplicate files and also consider moving over to digital storage if you haven’t already. Eliminate as much of a paper trail as you can and support the “go green” trend by saving on paper.
Furthermore, clean up and organize your desk space. Clean it thoroughly and put back only those items that are essential for daily use. A good clean work space is always more professional and creates a productive work environment.
In conclusion, make sure your office furniture is all neatly lined up and that there is structure in the layout of the office space. With that being said, we all can confirm that we are all more conducive to providing a better work result when our surroundings are kept neat and in order.
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