We’ve all been there – the day that home is a mess (emotional or physical), or the sun is shining outside inviting you to call in sick and take an unauthorized mental health day. Beyond doubt, you’ve also had the days when the day you had yesterday makes you want to run and hide instead […]
Working from home might be your ideal job situation, but it has its own special challenges. These can range from needing to provide your own office supplies to setting firm limits on how your time is to be used – both for yourself and for others.
It isn’t news that people who feel good about themselves and about their workplace are more productive, less likely to take time off, and generate an atmosphere of general bonhomie that makes customers say, “I like going there. I like trading with them.” However, generating that environment can sometimes be a challenge.
There are three key questions to ask when choosing software: Will it save me money? Will it make my job easier? Will it be cost-effective in the long term? To determine the answer to these questions, you might ask yourself why it is that you are considering the software.
Filing cabinets, stacks of paper, ledger books, and boxes of receipts were once standard in any office. Inevitably, the paper wanted would be at the bottom of a stack of papers that had not yet been filed, wedged inside a ledger book, or disastrously misfiled.
Top Document Management System Books to Add To Your Reading List Today Document management systems (DMS) are all about using computer programs or software to organize, store, manage, and monitor the retrieval of electronic documents including scanned images of paper-based information.
In case you haven’t noticed, the world of digital technology has taken over just about every aspect of our lives, including in the workplace. But even as companies increasingly go digital with their data organization, many are still stuck at baby step #1 in effective content management. The thing is, failing to move forward in […]