We don’t need to tell you about the challenges of a dispersed work force. You’re living it, you know that it can have negative effects on team cohesion and the mental health of employees. You’ve probably already looked into ways to address this with Zoom happy hours, online trivia, and Slack coffee dates. We’re guessing you’ve even researched other virtual team building activities, like online escape rooms.
Have you ever yelled at the copier or printer? We’ve all been there, especially when there is a paper jam. While every office is different, one thing is true everywhere—a quality paper plays an important part in the workplace. Here are four good practices to ease peace of mind in the office and help avoid paper jams.
Numerous studies show that work is, by far, the number one source of stress in peoples’ lives. As administrative professionals, we often take it upon ourselves to change that statistic. We are hired to make sure people are productive, and people cannot be productive if they are miserable and stressed. Not to mention, increased stress leads to higher risks of chronic pain, hypertension, heart attacks, and other ailments.