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Office Organizer

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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Does your workplace have one large bulletin board in the break room? Perhaps the note asking “If anyone found a pair of sunglasses, please return them to Deb in accounting” is partially obscuring the required Federal Minimum Wage poster. A covered-up poster is like having no poster at all, and that could lead to citations and fines.
Open-plan offices have grown in popularity for not only communication benefits, but economic factors. But a new study based on a survey of over 42,000 office workers in 303 office buildings finds no evidence to support this claim.
If planning and managing travel are part of your job, you probably also deal with people who try to go rogue and plan travel outside the bounds of company policy. Travel Market Report’s Fred Geb­­hart has four tips to help avoid out-of-policy travel.
Maybe a lavish Halloween party isn’t right for your workplace. But that doesn’t mean you should let the ghoulish day slide by without a little morale-boosting fun. Here are a few ideas.
Sixty-two percent of U.S. workers say they would be more motivated if their employers made an effort to improve workplace surroundings, reports Ambius, an interior design company.
Stop stacks of paper from standing between you and organizational bliss with these steps for taking your documents digital, from Teens in Tech’s editorial director, Emmanuel Banks.
You need a lot of stuff to be productive on the road, but there’s still a way to get everything you need into a small bag. Travel veteran James Kendrick explains how to avoid travel nightmares with these smart tips.
If your job involves arranging travel for someone who frequently does business overseas, you’ll want to consider encouraging your boss to enroll in the Global Entry program, which makes it easier for travelers returning to the United States to get through customs and be on their way.
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Open offices are all the rage these days and while they have their advantages, they also cause employees plenty of stress and can make it hard to focus. Heidi Hanna, a fellow with the American Institute of Stress, offers solutions to four common open-office irritations.
Business travel can be tough, but it’s a lot easier when you pack the right accessories for the journey. Here's a list of must-pack items from seasoned travelers.
Great corporate events, the ones where everything goes well and everyone has a good time, don’t just happen. They’re always the result of plenty of hard work and a great deal of planning.
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No matter how much effort you put into creating a travel plan for your boss, something can go wrong at the last minute. Julie Perrine, All Things Admin, has five possible solutions for sticky travel situations.

Everyone handles deadlines differently, but if you want to keep your career on track, you need a systematic approach to make sure you’re meeting them. Here are a few tips.

If you’re having a hard time staying focused, the mess on your desk could be partly to blame, writes Mike Michalowicz at American Express OPEN Forum. You can get more productive by making a few simple adjustments to your habits and workspace.
A number of wacky gadgets may be able to help you liven up your workday, writes Kayla Baxter at AdminSecret. A sampling of some of the most off-the-wall devices:
Cold weather brings obvious risks to those who work outdoors. Less obvious: Cold indoor temperatures that cause employees to use space heaters. If your workplace allows space heaters, follow these precautions.
An OfficeTeam and IAAP survey of 4,415 administrative professionals asked: “In which of the ­following areas would you like to assist at your company?" Their top choice: event planning.
When times get tough, employers may need to dial back some of the extras. But how do you decide what to cut first—and what should be the last resort? Tip: When other perks are cut, keeping a good pot of coffee in the lunchroom is a way of letting employees know that things aren’t hopeless.
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