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It’s easy to get overwhelmed when faced with a large project. At first glance, all you see is a huge end result that’s supposed to occur at some distant point in the future – and you have no clue how to get from A to B. That’s why having an organized plan in place is…Click here for reuse options!
It stands to reason that taking organized minutes maximizes the effectiveness of your meeting. (After all — what would be the point of debating and deliberating and deciding, if no one could remember exactly what was discussed?) So how do you keep track of all the information that’s given out? It’s actually not as hard…Click here for reuse options!
Knowing how long to save personnel files can seem a bit intimidating at first — the potential consequences for making a mistake are much more serious than if you accidentally throw out an electric bill or credit card statement too soon! But as long as you understand your legal responsibilities (and have a consistent, organized…Click here for reuse options!
As “eco-friendly” takes over as a hot business organizing watchword, companies are scrambling to make their processes (from mass production to the purchase of toner cartridges to the disposal of wastepaper) less polluting and kinder to the environment. But these changes aren’t just for corporate level enterprises — there’s no reason not to “green up”…Click here for reuse options!
Are you having difficulties managing your time at work? Here are a few quick suggestions for getting organized, boosting your productivity, and improving time management in the workplace. Question Yourself Don’t you love it when you spin your wheels all day long, but can’t manage to accomplish a single thing? It’s so easy to get…Click here for reuse options!
Stress in the workplace can make your 9-to-5 hours just miserable. However, sometimes you don’t even know what’s causing the problem — something’s not right, but you can’t quite pinpoint it. Unless you’re an air traffic controller or your boss is a total jerk, job stress is usually caused by an inability to get organized…Click here for reuse options!
Organizing your daily schedule — where exactly does one start? Some people see time management as a super-power. (Surely there’s no way a mere mortal could fit it all in between 9 and 5!) But work productivity is simple, if you have a plan. It’s a skill that anyone can learn — just follow these…Click here for reuse options!
Everyone wants to run organized, productive, and effective meetings. The problem is that a meeting is a double-edged sword. It can be a great way to share information or engage in participatory group planning (if run correctly) — it can also be a massively annoying waste of time (if run badly). How do you ensure…Click here for reuse options!
Organizing your job hunt is especially important in this economy — there are more people than ever looking for work, which means greater competition for each available position. While you may be the most qualified applicant, credentials alone won’t get you hired if you don’t have your professional ducks in a row. Here are some…Click here for reuse options!
If you look at the activities entrepreneurs are most often behind on completing, they’re usually related to small business accounting. (I blame the fact that it’s a tedious and time-consuming task, lacking the reward of additional income.) I’m not sure if balancing our books is scary because it seems complicated, or because we’re afraid of…Click here for reuse options!