FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 24, 2013
Business Management Daily and Officepal Partner to Offer Free Special Report on Office Organization
Falls Church, Va. — Office professionals are increasingly taking on new tasks to boost their organizations’ productivity — in other words, they are working harder. And it’s easier to make errors with an increased workload. That’s why it’s absolutely essential for these professionals to stay organized and ensure they are complying with the law when it comes to record retention.
Fortunately, Business Management Daily and Officepal have partnered to offer a FREE special report on office organization to help administrative professionals keep their companies’ operations running smoothly — and ward off legal trouble — with practical office clutter-control and document and email management techniques. The Office Organizer: 10 tips to help you organize files, reduce clutter and become more efficient at work will help business professionals fine-tune their organization skills to optimize their productivity.
“If you don’t have a filing system that’s built on easy retrieval, you’ll waste a lot of time hunting for documents — plus you won’t make a very good impression on your boss,” says Business Management Daily’s Senior Web Editor Elizabeth Hall. “The effective and easy-to-implement strategies for managing your filing systems in this report will help you become more efficient — and make you look like an organization pro in front of your boss.”
With The Office Organizer, professionals will learn strategies for:
- File organizing, so you can find any paper file — instantly
- Clutter control
- Setting up a wiki to speed document collaboration
- Tracking multiple versions of a document
- Document sharing
- Organizing office emails
- Record retention
- And much more!
“In this age of information overload, organizing all the important documents is very challenging,” says Officepal’s Founder and CEO Delip Andra. “This report provides very valuable tips for admin professionals to organize files and documents effectively in both offline and online environments to improve productivity throughout the entire organization.”
Keep your office operations running smoothly, your documents organized and your company out of court — download The Office Organizer: 10 tips to help you organize files, reduce clutter and become more efficient at work now!
Business Management Daily provides plain-English, actionable news, information and tips to busy professionals in the areas of human resources, leadership, management, administrative skills, office technology, employment law, tax and more.
Officepal is a free, exclusive, location-based social network for administrative professionals. Admin professionals from more than 1,000 organizations in 200 cities across six continents use Officepal to ask questions, get answers and share knowledge.
Elizabeth Hall, Senior Web Editor, Business Management Daily
(800) 543-2055 (703) 905-8000
Delip Andra, Founder and CEO, Officepal
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