Published on January 27th, 2017 | by Anica O0
5 Wallet Friendly Ways To Keep Your Business Mess Free
The way that a business looks says a lot to the customers that go there. If it hasn’t been cleaned in a while, it might look like a place that they can’t rely on. However, since some businesses can’t afford to hire a professional organizer to help them, they might think that there isn’t much that they can do about the mess. Luckily, there are still some easy ways to get your business looking its best without breaking the bank. Here are just a few ideas to help you get started.
Stop Hiding Your Papers
Reports, receipts, and bills are necessary for business operations, so it isn’t easy to keep them hidden away. That is why it may be a good idea to get some bins from places like Quantum Storage, and set them on shelves. That way you can make all of your paperwork accessible and easy to find. It may also be a good idea to label each one of them, so you know what papers are supposed to go inside.
Repurpose Mason Jars
Mason jars are a fun way to store small office supplies, such as staples and paper clips. Paint the lids your favorite color, or tie a ribbon around the top for added charm. Then, line them up on your desk or wherever they are needed. That way you have a cute and unique way to store random materials just floating around the office.
Set Up a Toiletry Cabinet
Each bathroom should have a place to store paper towels, toilet paper, and soap. Some companies put them under the sink, but that isn’t sanitary, especially if the sink ever leaks. Instead, put each item in a clean, resealable bag, and put it in a bin in a cabinet. The cabinet doesn’t have to be big, but it should have at least three shelves and doors that close to reduce the spread of germs on the items.
Conceal the Trash
To avoid unsightly waste from piling up, put a trash can that has a lid to it at every work station. Have the person who works in that area responsible for emptying it every day. If space is limited, tuck the trash can under the counter or desk.
Coffee Cup Pen Organizers
Put all the pens, pencils, and markers in separate coffee cups. It makes it easier to find them. It doesn’t matter what kind of cups are used for this. A few from the kitchen will work just fine. That way you don’t have pens just floating around and everyone will always know where they are.
You don’t have to do all of these organizational tasks at once. Just work on them a little at a time until they are all finished. And remember, there are plenty of other ways to keep things tidy in a business, so get everyone together for a meeting to get some more ideas about how to keep your business mess free.