It’s been over a year since the first case of COVID-19 was documented in the United States and a global pandemic was declared. In that time, we’ve learned a great deal about how COVID spreads within the community, at home, at school, and in the workplace.
How organized is your desk? According to surveys, the average person will lose an hour a day to disorganization. Yikes, that adds up! If you’re disorganized for a month that piles up to approximately 31 hours. According to the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), 27 percent of people said they do not feel organized at work. Here are five tips to help you stay organized, save time and be more productive.
How do you organize collaboration in your office? It’s truly an art and a science. However, collaboration can truly determine if the team is successful or not. Some teams are turning to post it notes to increase productivity, help shape their projects and encourage engagement. Here are some innovative ways to help your team collaborate.
It’s a jolly time of the year! The holidays bring cheer to offices with holiday parties, gift exchanges and more. This year, spread the love with useful gifts for your office gift exchange. If you’re still thinking about a gift to bring, these 5 themed gift package ideas may help. Choose gifts that help prepare your colleagues for a healthy and safe winter.
When the plumbing in your office needs attention a local plumber may come to the rescue. Focusing your efforts on supporting local businesses helps before you even make the call. In the long term, the benefits of shopping local plants seeds in your community that blossom over time. The well-known day of “Small Business Saturday” only comes around once a year. However, there are significant reasons to commit to shopping at local small businesses throughout the entire year. Here are four reasons why it benefits you and your community to buy from small local businesses.