Many office professionals take money out of their own pockets to pay for work-related expenses. Is this really something employees should be expected to do?
There are more 7-inch tablets on the market this year, but they’re not all created equal, says Tony Bradley, PCWorld, who explains some common user complaints.
- December 12, 2012
If you'd rather spend your workday doing more than dispensing "sticky" pads and policing paper procurements, use these tactics to control the supply monster.
A number of wacky gadgets may be able to help you liven up your workday, writes Kayla Baxter at AdminSecret. A sampling of some of the most off-the-wall devices:
When you’re on company business, sometimes you might not be sure what the protocol is for how much is too much when spending company money. The following tips will come in handy:
When times get tough, employers may need to dial back some of the extras. But how do you decide what to cut first—and what should be the last resort? Tip: When other perks are cut, keeping a good pot of coffee in the lunchroom is a way of letting employees know that things aren’t hopeless.
No need to quit your job and join the Peace Corps. These days, you can do “good” in the world no matter where you work. Three ways:
- September 15, 2011
When you’re planning a day-long meeting, having the right food and beverages keeps attendees’ minds sharp. But those costs can add up. Here’s savvy advice on appeasing attendees’ palates while trimming your meal budget:
Retailers that sell electronics are after your business, and that bodes well for your old electronics and your wallet. A growing cluster of retailers and web sites are snapping up old gear and offering credit toward the purchase of new products:
The latest green trend isn’t about being politically correct. It’s about saving money and gaining efficiencies. The key word has shifted from “eco” to “sustainable.” Administrative professionals can be linchpins for a company that wants to be more efficient and sustainable.