How to Organize your Office
An organized office is open and clutter free which makes the occupant more focused and efficient. Going paperless cuts down on piles of paper and turns the bill paying task into a breeze.
Having a specific place for supplies (stamps, stapler, scissors, etc.), minimizes frustration and increases productivity. Make use of a bookcase and filing cabinet to keep clutter off the floor and desktop.
Our relationship with outside vendors can enhance the space you have to work with (i.e., lighting, carpentry).
Steps to use:
1) Take your office paperless to cut down on clutter.
2) Organize books and photos by adding a shelf or bookcase.
3) Every related item should have a place in a small bin or basket.
4) Add a file cabinet and keep it hidden in a closet. This makes the space remain clean and open.