There is a huge connection between productivity and job performance and an organized work space. This was the findings of a study conducted by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) which revealed that the design of the physical workplace is one of the top three factors that has an impact on job performance and satisfaction. According to the study, 31 percent of people were satisfied with their jobs and were pleased with their office environment. In addition, 50 percent sought jobs in firms where the physical environment is good.

Whether in the home or in the office, having a clear and organized work space can contribute to efficiency. Storage needs to be convenient. Here are some tips for office storage and organization to boost your productivity:

  1. Choose a storage that can help you easily find and identify contents. This will help your office mates to locate and place things. Make sure that the items you need such as notepads, sticky notes, and others are easily accessible.
  2. Select a storage solution that is flexible and can adapt to changing needs. By doing so, you can easily reconfigure and reuse so you can adjust to any organization needs.
  3. Clear your desk drawers from junk office supplies. Start by taking out everything and then sorting the items that will go back to the drawers. This can also help remove office clutter.
  4. Cords and cables can be a safety issue when they are dangling behind office tables. Someone could trip and get injured if you do not fix it. You can set up an area for cords and cables using a docking station for holding devices and hiding cords.
  5. A high wall space can also provide you with storage space for books, notebooks, binders, and other supplies.

Considering storage management and organization can go a long way in boosting the productivity and efficiency of your employees. These are just some suggestions for maximizing your office space.

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