We are all guilty of having an unorganised desk at some point in our working lives. However, some of us continually tell ourselves we’ll organise and clean our space without actually doing it for a long length of time. These 8 tips offer some suggestions on how you can get reorganised and in to a routine you’ll retain:
Work is a part of everyone’s lives at some point, and as much as we would prefer to be lying on a sunny beach in the Caribbean, we must earn our money somehow. Being happy at work is another thing because we can’t always be satisfied with what we do – it’s just human nature! Although, there are a few ways that we could brighten up our own days up whilst at work
You might’ve heard that it’s National Stationery Week this week (23rd – 9th April). And yes, it’s a big deal. In such a technology-dominant era, using pens and pencils might seem pointless. But I can assure you, hand-writing is just as important as that mobile device you have sitting next to you. And here’s why:
With the heat on the way all of us will be looking for ways to stay cool at home and in the office. It’s definitely possible to enjoy the nice summer weather without having to deal with overheating, but you’ll need to be prepared with a few tips and tricks. Don’t let the heat get you down!
Maintaining our inboxes can sometimes be a struggle, especially when it becomes the last thing on our minds in the working day. However, with this mind-set, we could suddenly see ourselves dealing with an overflowing and unorganised mess of an inbox making it difficult to use. As much as this won’t be the case for some of us, we are all guilty of having emails in our inbox that could easily be deleted or archived.
Christmas is nearly here, and we all probably have many expensive presents lying around the home or office waiting to be given to your relatives and friends. However, it is important to remember that security isn’t just a case of locking up your premises and keeping the gifts out of sight when you are out partying the night away. Running a business means you should also review the safety of your premises, equipment and confidential information too.
It’s that time of year where focusing on anything other than Christmas can be difficult. However, whilst you’re winding down for the year and counting down the days to your festive break, there’s another important thing you should be thinking about – a plan for 2018.
It’s Fire Safety Week (8-14th October) and while the focus is mainly on preventing residential fires, it is also a good time to consider workplace fire safety and prevention. The UK’s fire and rescue service attended 161,000 fires in 2016-17. On average, 16,000 of those were recorded as being in non-residential buildings - the majority of which were workplaces.