Amor Pistis. desk. December 05th , 2016.
Having an L-shaped desk is advantageous. First of all it has more space and many are incredibly attractive. Some also have hutches and it is easier to compartmentalize work due to its shape. Using one in the office also makes it easier to divide work space into cubicles giving workers privacy to do their work but at the same time it does not alienate them from their other co-workers. It is quite easy to organize work in this kind of desk. Here are some tips on how to keep your desk neat and organized.
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.
It takes time to organize. Some experts have suggested that the time it takes you to organize your desk can be more productively spent doing your job-and that organization doesn't save you a large amount of time to begin with. Disorganized people often claim that they know where everything is, and this is often true-and if you're well organized but the paper you need is across the office in your filing cabinet, it may take you just as long to get your hands on it as it would if it were under a pile on your desk.
If more light is needed on an object, the neck of the lamp can be extended downward so that light in a greater quantity and intensity is focused on the object in question. When a larger area needs illumination, the neck of the desk lamp can be extended upward so that the light is diffused over the entire desk area.
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