Taming the Paper Tiger at Work
At work, people deal with piles of forms, files, folders, and mail but they have no system in place for the non- stop barrage of paper that lands on everyone's work stations; or if they do have a system, it is one that does not work very well. This book taps into this problem and offers easy-to-follow guidelines on filing, labeling, recordkeeping, and working clutter-free. This book is for anyone who is looking for a practical guide on how to keep their professional lives and documents organised.
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