desk. Friday , December 16th , 2016 - 18:11:29 PM
It seems like the classic punishment in school was getting sent to the corner. According to tradition, if you were sent to the corner you had to sit on a tall stool with a dunce cap on. Though I have to admit, even in the 1970's, I never saw one of these. If you were sent to the corner, there you had to stand. Many parents have used this punishment form also, standing with your nose in the corner. But lets face it, if you are sent to the corner today, it probably isn't empty. But has a corner desk in it with a nice computer, such as the latest iMac or PC. Yes, kids today love to sit in the corner.
Consider buying an in-out tray. This will make it easier for you to deal with paper work. This is particularly true if you have a L-shaped computer desk. You have the monitor on one side plus a mouse and keyboard nearby. Using an in-out tray will keep the papers away from your computer making it easier for you to move around and keep paper and computer work separate. Having this kind of tray will also make it easy for you to organize and prioritize paper work. Should co-workers need to send you stacks of paper, they will have an area to put it and an area to pick up finished work.
There's a lot of bias out there against messy desks. If you're not neat and organized, your coworkers might make assumptions about your capabilities-and even worse, your boss might criticize you for it. But is it really that bad to have a messy desk? And is being organized really as good as we all think? Here are five reasons why a messy desk might be a positive thing.
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