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  • Kristy Kincaid


Spring cleaning isn’t just something to do at home. Your workspace deserves a little attention, too. And, office spring cleaning can help improve your performance at work and your reputation with your colleagues.

The state of your workspace has a big impact on the way you do your job. You’ll save a lot of time and energy if your things are tidy and easy to access. Investing in the process now will save you time later.

“For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned.” – Benjamin Franklin

Plus, whether you like it or not, many of the people you work with will form opinions about you based on how you keep your office. According to a survey by the staffing firm Adecco, 57 percent of Americans admit to judging their coworkers based on how clean or dirty they keep their workspace.

Spring cleaning your office can feel like a real chore. But, it’s motivating to understand how giving this process a little time and energy can benefit you in your professional life. Here are a few things to keep in mind about the rewards of office spring cleaning:

Productivity – An organized office will help you be more efficient and productive, for obvious reasons. If you know where everything is, you won’t have to waste any time fumbling around. But, there’s more to it that that. A clean space is inspiring and that helps you to be at your best. If you want to be able to accomplish more in less time, this process is for you.

Mood – When you love your office, it helps you love your job. Having a clean and well-organized office can be a real mood booster. Sure, the process takes a little time and effort, but the rewards are well worth it in the end.

Impressions – Keeping a clean office sends the right message to the people you work with and for. It helps to demonstrate your trustworthiness and capability. On the other hand, a messy office sends the wrong signals. It could make you seem less conscientious than you would otherwise. And, these impressions can be difficult to shake.

Spring cleaning doesn’t have to take a lot of time either. Even small changes can make big differences. So, no matter how much of a project you’re ready to take on, here are some tips for tidying your workspace: Continue Reading Here.

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