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April 12, 2013

Spring Cleaning Tips for the Office

Spring-cleaning is a task many people only associate with their home. However, productivity requires a neat, organized office space. It also can earn you a reputation as someone who is detail-oriented and who takes pride in his or her work.

For optimum productivity, your workspace should only contain the things you need to accomplish your daily tasks. However, if you are like most people, your desk is cluttered with a variety of objects you don’t need. Start spring-cleaning by removing everything from your desk that you do not use regularly. Then, move anything you need quickly and use often within an easy arm’s reach. Store everything else on shelves or in bins.

In many offices, purses and other belongings are often placed on the floor, under your desk or in a drawer. If you can, install a few hooks in your office for your personal belongings and include an extra one for guests. They will be impressed by your attention to detail.

As you spring clean your office, be sure to spend some time clearing out your digital clutter, so you are greeted every morning by a neat, well-organized computer desktop.

Don’t limit spring-cleaning to once a year! Schedule a regular date for routine maintenance to keep your office organized and positively productive!

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