Organized files prevent employee frustration
employees more than being required to complete a task
without having been given the necessary resources. If
you donít tackle such points of frustration, you could
losing your best employees.
Donít risk losing your
valued employees over cascading problems that are easy
to fix. Organize your documents and make them readily
accessible to your team.
Organized files prevent wasted payroll dollars
Each time a team member
canít find a file he or she is looking for, even
something as simple as a photograph, thereís a
possibility the employee will have to recreate the file
to complete the task. For example, if the exact image
canít be recreated, your coworker will have to search
for a comparable stock photo, buy a license, and prepare
the file for the project.
Other documents take
longer to recreate, such as business plans and task
lists. Business World published data from several
studies, including one that determined businesses spend
$220 to recreate each lost document.
Keeping your files
organized enables employees to avoid having to perform
extra work to compensate for lost files, and that could
save thousands of wasted payroll dollars over time.
file sharing and then thereís organized file sharing
File sharing is pointless
when itís not organized. Organization is the key to
document accessibility. If your file sharing platform
doesnít support a high level of organization, start
looking for a new platform that will keep your files
organized and easily accessible to your team.