One of the joys of working at home is that you can set up your office the way you want and that is most effective for you. It’s a chance to work in a place that is completely you. Don’t be shy to experiment in layout but make sure you have the essentials. So what does every home office really need?
As the end of the year rolls around, I have the tendency to smirk at those who profess their New Year’s Resolutions. While I applaud your efforts for thinking about what goal you want to accomplish, why wait until January 1st, or why not put off things until February 1st? I know, I’m not a lover of procrastination, but hear me out..
At Out of the Office Virtual Assistance, we maintain a low carbon imprint .. and are proud of our socially responsible initiatives. We run paperless and coach clients and virtual assistants and other virtual professionals on ways to reduce your paper imprint. This post is just one of many posts that we have put together to help you go paperless.
The fact is that eco-friendly business practices can be good for your finances as well. Listed below are a few simple, effortless and cost-effective steps to do that.
Whether your business is helping the environment by cutting back on paper use, eliminating paper completely, or conserving energy, every day can be Earth day.
It is essential to have a system that manages electronic documents when working in a paperless office. These systems are called document management systems, and it ensures the ease of accessing documents for retrieval purposes and filing and storing.
Continuing from the first part in this series, we’re here to talk about going paperless. Stay tuned .. part three will be forthcoming! When transforming your office to a paperless office, you need help. There are paperless systems and technologies that can be used by large companies, but also by people working from home. YouRead more
Transforming your office to a paperless office is not something that happens overnight. You need to take step by step. Changing everything at once can become so overwhelming, that you decide not to convert at all. This a process that will be ongoing, and will improve as technology improves. Taking the first step is essential and it is the first step in protecting your planet.
One in five Americans have left their daily commuting job to transition to working from home. Though this is an eco-friendly step by helping reduce the use of gasoline, this not the end of it. No way .. you can do more! No matter whether you are part of a full-time work-from-home team, or use a home office after office work you can take further steps for improvement.
Did you hear that? It’s the arrival of paperless office! Both large and small businesses can attain better efficiency, cost reduction as well as other advantages by changing to digital systems to team-up, communicate, manage records and invoices.