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Our document management tips and inventory management ideas will he you become a more effective office organizer

With our help, file organizing and file management will be easier than ever. The office filing techniques provided by Business Management Daily will get you organized – and get you noticed.

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An hour here, two hours there ... for managers especially, they add up fast. Maybe now is the time to put your foot down and stop the clock.
According to Jason Chen, writing in Bloomberg Businessweek, vintage pencils are gaining traction as the preferred writing instrument of those who just might be tired of the pen and PC and want the feel of a well-balanced wooden writing tool.
Employees at Zurich Insurance test drove four new office designs for 12 weeks as part of designing their new office building. What worked best?
Have you ever asked your employees how the lighting in your office affects them or about their preferences? It’s a conversation worth having.

It looks so good on paper: You can shave 5% of the procurement budget just by picking up a phone and returning that new, aggressive vendor’s phone call. But many an office manager has gone down this road only to regret it.

There are a number of websites that will tell you they are the No. 1 destination with the most qualified freelancers. So you need to do your homework.
Whether you’re planning your department’s monthly birthday celebration, a retirement bash or your company’s big anniversary party, you want to make sure the event is a success. Deanna Arnold, of Employers Advantage, offers five tips to help you out.
What’s the office manager’s toughest task? Hiring? Budgeting? No, it’s merely getting the whole staff to sign, date and return a simple document of acknowledgment or policy change.
At some point, your office will likely need to pull up stakes and head out to unexplored territory, moving the staff and everything else—whether it’s two doors down the same hallway, or across town in a shiny new complex with (finally!) sufficient parking. Your preparations will fall into two categories: (1) ticking off the absolutely-must-do’s and (2) solving the hidden issues that can trip up an otherwise orderly relocation.

Workplace giving campaigns can be a great way to support a good cause while building teamwork and camaraderie among colleagues, so how do you get more people fired up and excited to participate? That’s what one reader asked recently on the Admin Pro Forum.

Before you sell, trade in or scrap your office copier, consider this: Copiers—especially the newer models—are in fact highly sophisticated computers that can be a security risk all on their own.
Chances are, you’ll have to part ways with a vendor someday. There are specific steps you can take to make it less painful for everyone.
If you want your office recycling program to be more than an afterthought, you’ll need to inject some organization into it.
Many offices are moving away from paper to protect the environment, spend less on printing supplies and reduce office clutter. Going paperless can also keep information more secure. Working in a paperless environment is a breeze, but getting there is not. Here are four tips to help you make the change.
Numerous studies have shown that environment has a direct impact on productivity. What is the comfort level in your office?
If you’re looking to boost productivity in your workplace, think of the paint you’re splashing on the walls. Yes, color can profoundly affect your behavior.
Few things chip away at productivity more than disorganization. Boost your productivity with these clutter-clearing tips from Rhonda Abrams.
It’s time to open your planner and designate one day next month to refresh the entire workplace, throw out the clutter and rejuvenate office spirit. Here are tips to get started.
In a move uncommon in the United States but more popular in Europe, international real estate brokerage CBRE Group took away its em­­ployees’ personal space—offices, desks and file cabinets—and converted to an “untethered” office. Even the CEO has no home base within the office, writes Los Angeles Times reporter Roger Vincent, who took a look inside.
If your open office is driving you crazy and damaging your productivity, columnist and workplace expert Anita Bruzzese has advice to help you draw lines and train your focus in the absence of physical boundaries.
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