Hard copy records are still an economical and efficient method to keep business records. You can keep records best when you can see the records. End tab folders on open shelving still give you the best and easiest access to quickly locate and use your hard copy records.
Cantilever shelving or 4-post shelving will give you the greatest capacity per square foot of any filing equipment.for Technorati: MZ7C7P9KUV8G
I had another excellent conversation with Paul Morlock.
Several office managers sent in questions about the economy and how it related to their employees. Some wondered if there was a trend of employees to work harder and to be more responsible since lay-offs were more likely to happen.
Throughout my day, I meet and talk with office managers all over the Tri-Cities area (Johnson City and Kingsport, Tennessee and Bristol and Marion, Virginia). What they tell me is that in today’s economic environment; they are being asked to wear many more hats. One of the most stressful hats they have to put on is that of Human Resources Director. Here is an audio interview I did with Paul Morlock. Paul is Vice President Human Resources and Healthcare Support Services at Stanly Regional Medical Center in North Carolina. He answers the top three questions asked by office managers. Click here for stress relieving answers, in a quick 15 minute discussion: (Internet Explorer users please click on "Play in a new window.")