And whoever thought I no longer sit there

April 21, 2010

Keeping a clear work desk is not always good and could signal another message.

Isn't my desk so clear that whoever took my only desk accessory (my specialised company calendar) last night or early in the morning either missed to twist his/ her head towards my name plate (upper right corner) as an indicator that someone owns it; or thought I left the company and that the admin just forgot to remove my name plate?

Ok, I am actually not complaining,  just an excuse to showing off I can qualify for the company's clean desk policy :)

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  1. Wow, looks so clean. My desk is awfully cluttered at the moment :(.

  2. Haha, I would have thought it isn't occupied anymore. What a clean desk. I don't remember having a desk that clean. Good job! =)

  3. your desk would surely win the Japanese 5S on "good housekeeping." The 5 'S' Process: Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu, Shitsuke which stands for TIDINESS, ORDERLINESS, CLEANLINESS, STANDARDIZATION and DISCIPLINE. It's about developing a habit that leads to better productivity in the workplace. It is practiced by some leading companies globally and even in the Baguio diocesan school level because it has proven its effectivity. Simply put, it means keeping the workplace simple and clean, avoiding clutter that distracts and adds stress to the worker which hampers him to be as productive as possible.


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