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Participate in Get Organized Month to Organize Your Office

January 19th, 2017

Learn how to get your office organized for Get Organized Month!

Start the New Year off on the right foot. With countless meetings and deadlines, it’s easy for your workspace to get a little unorganized. Make an effort to get your office organized during Get Organized Month! Check out these organization tips so that you can stay organized through the year.

Declutter Your Desk.

Chances are you likely have a few extra items on your desk that you don’t need. Take stock of the items that you have in your office and weed out the items that you no longer need. If they’re not pertinent to your job role, think twice about keeping it.  That way you eliminate the clutter so that you have space for the important items.

Find Your Organization Style.

There are many ways to organize things. Choose the organization system that works best for your needs so that you have a go-to way of keeping your important documents in check throughout the year. Whether you choose to label, color-coordinate, or alphabetize, chose the style that works best for your needs. That way you can keep your office organized all year long.

Digital Organization.

When it comes to your organization techniques, don’t forget about your digital files. Ensure that you take the time to declutter your desktop. Delete items that you no longer need and keep documents in the appropriate folders.

Ensure that your office is neat and tidy so that you can start off the New Year strong. Get your office disaster preparedness plans organized with the right commercial insurance. Contact the professionals at Brown & Brown Insurance to help find the best policies for your lifestyle. Located in Anaheim, California, we serve all your personal and commercial insurance needs.

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