Get Organized: Desk for Success

Palagno, Teresa
December 2004
Working Mother;Dec/Jan2005, Vol. 27/28 Issue 11/1, p46
Provides tips in organizing office desk. Importance of saving the space for frequently used items; Measures in avoiding sticky spills inside the drawer; Advantage of a regular evaluation of top-drawer items.


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