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Office Management

Who’s there to organize the office organizer? Business Management Daily helps admins with dealing with bosses, records retention, and other key tasks.

We provide thousands of articles to help admins and office management staff through better meeting management, improved time management, and much more.

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If you want advice on how to guard against layoffs, fight off a dead-end position, decide whether to relocate for a new job or control your expenses, you’d probably shop for four different books.
Get on the Web and print them out.

Legal documents in a jiffy

by on September 1, 1997 9:30am
in Office Management

Here’s another source for legal documents.
Public relations usually applies to companies looking for good publicity. But you can borrow the same techniques to increase your visibility at work and trumpet your success.

Manage time wisely

by on August 1, 1997 12:30pm
in Office Management

Take control of your time.
Spend a few hours in an entirely different part of your business.
You already know not to lose your temper at work. But some executives who withhold a verbal tirade still sabotage themselves by acting out their disgust in nonverbal ways.
There’s a fine line between asserting yourself and sounding defensive.
Just because you send your staff to training courses doesn’t mean they’ll instantly be smarter and ready to double their productivity.
It’s great to have a boss whom you admire and respect. But one day, you might discover something that causes you to have serious doubts about this person.
Trying to encourage your staff to do their best gets harder if one of them is always expecting the worst.

Introductions count

by on August 1, 1997 12:00pm
in Office Management

When introducing yourself at a business conference, begin with what you do, state your employer and close with your full name.

Sit still

by on August 1, 1997 12:00pm
in Office Management

When you enter a staff meeting, take your seat without fanfare.
Whenever an employee shares some personal news, show interest and follow up.

Track phone messages

by on August 1, 1997 12:00pm
in Office Management

When you leave messages for others to call you back, keep a log.
Ever notice how CEOs seem to have their own vocabulary? They usually choose their words carefully, selecting the most precise and sophisticated ways to express themselves.

What to say when …

by on August 1, 1997 12:00pm
in Office Management

Your boss gives you contradictory information or instructions.
When you ask for your employees’ input, take a neutral stance.
If you’re giving input on a corporate video, ask first about its purpose.
One of the biggest challenges for managers is getting accurate information from staffers.
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