Are you working in an office that is too crowded with office supplies, papers, machines and many more? Maybe it is already time to fix some unnecessary things and lessen the clutter. Our client from Pasay City, Philippines started to fix some mess in their workplace. They decided to change the old curtain and opted for PVC vertical blinds for the new office window. To be able to have an organized workplace, helping each other is necessary and plan some effective tactics were everyone could participate every day.
Here are some simple tips that every office personnel can do for a short while:
- Make the Pathway empty. Move unnecessary things like furniture so it will be accessible to nearby tables and officemates especially if they are on a rush.
- Clear your own Table. Think of things that are only needed on top of your desk. If you think, papers and other files must be on top of your table, opt for a file case where you can easily put all the papers and organize them properly according to value. Do not let make-up kit, earphones, wallet, coins and some things that must be on your bag clutter on your table for it will cause hassle and irritation to you.
- Get a functional machine, and space for office accessories, like printer paper, and some office supplies. Be sure to select the correct size of machine, furniture, and accessories appropriate for the size of the room so you can do your job freely and less disturbance.
Photos of their newly renovated office space with the use of PVC Vertical Blinds:
DS Windows and Walls offer different colors, textures for PVC and Fabric Vertical blinds. Aside from blinds, we do offer accordion doors, vinyl wallpaper and carpets. For free estimate/measurement in Metro Manila, just call us at 0916-311-3909 / (02) 893-1373 / (02) 403-3262 / (02) 668-9668 or visit our respective kiosks at 2nd level Pacific Mall, Lucena City, 3rd level Robinsons Metro East, Pasig City and 4th level Waltermart Makati City. You can also send us email at email@example.com for a quick quote.
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- Posted by nenaragonot
- On April 29, 2013
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