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Factors That Will Help You to Save Time While at Work

BY: Jo Justin | Category: Self-Improvement | Submitted: 2010-03-03 10:09:10
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Article Summary: "There are various factors that help you to save time at work. This article lists those tips and implementing them will help you to improve yourself..."


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Work place is a place that has to be treated with respect. A person who reveres the work place will make sure that he or she does not make any mistakes in the work place. This method of not making any mistakes in the work place and making sure that everything goes well is the correct work ethics. There are many times when the work ethics of people are not good. All these causes the worker to commit blunders

1. Reduce phone calls:

The most important thing that has to be done by the person to make sure that he saves time at work is to avoid talking for a long time on the phone. The reason for this is that once a person talks a lot on the phone, the time is wasted. There are many times when even an official call gets prolonged because of talking unnecessary things that though related to the work can just be avoided. This will save time. On the other hand, talking for a long time about various personal matters is a criminal waste of time.

2. Improve communication:

Improved communication between various people inside and outside the office will help to prevent waste of time. The reason for this is that there are many people who waste a lot of time trying to explain various things in ineffective methods leading to delays in the job getting done. To prevent this, there should be a method of effective communication where a person is able to get the message across to the other relevant people in quick time. This increases the efficiency and the effectiveness of the person in getting the job done.

3. Be brief in meetings:

If you are a person who attends meetings, try to be brief in the meetings where you can tell what you want to convey in as few words as possible. This will make you liked by all people and you also would have saved yourself a lot of time. You would have also saved the time of all your colleagues. Talking for many minutes just to make one point is needless. If you are the boss in the organization, not only should you follow this policy, but you should also make sure that all the others in your organization also follow the same.

4. Avoid increased socialization at work:

There are certain jobs that need socializing with the clients as part of the work. These jobs may need a lot of time because some clients may be more interested in talking than the other people. This causes a lot of time that is wasted because of this. To prevent this and to make use of the time better, the person in such a job can try to ensure that they are able to provide the important information to the client as quickly as possible so that the job gets done without the client being antagonized.

These are the various methods of decreasing the waste of time in the work that you do.

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