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How to Save Time in Your Workplace

Wasting time means wasting money for businesses. So, if you are starting to notice that you and your employees are not using the time you spend in the office very well, it’s time to make changes.


Say No to Distractions

It’s very easy to get distracted in the workplace. There are lots of people calling you up and asking for favours. If you don’t have the time to take care of these relatively minor issues, you need to learn to say no. It doesn’t help you or your business if you’re constantly getting distracted. Saying no to people might not be easy. It doesn’t have to be done in a rude or dismissive way though. If you explain the situation that you’re in, 99% of people will understand and call you back another time.


Train Your Staff Better

Training is important if you want your employees to use their time better and up their productivity. You can train your staff in new working methods. Or you could use a Think Perform training course to teach them about time-saving techniques that can be used on a day to day basis. The training courses that you choose shouldn’t be too expensive or time-consuming. That would be pretty self-defeating. But many courses are cheap and short, and, most importantly, very useful.


Don’t Multitask

Many people assume that the best way to save time is to do a couple of things at once. And that’s why most people have adopted the habit of multitasking in the workplace. But that’s not really how it works, unfortunately. When you try to do two or three things at once, you normally end up doing multiple things badly rather than doing one thing well. And that is not a good way to work or run a business. So, if I were you, I’d stick to doing one thing at a time, even if that seems illogical at first.



Automating doesn’t mean buying robots to replace your employees. We’re not quite that advanced yet. But there are many small things that can be automated to save you time and keep you on track. For example, you can set up alerts on your computer or tablet that alert you of many different things. These alerts might be attached to your work week schedule. Or they could be linked up to your stock management database, so they can tell you when you are running low on supplies.


Focus on Specific Goals

Everyone in your office should have some very specific goals that they can focus on. These goals don’t have to be difficult to achieve or demanding. The aim is not to stress out all your employees. But simply having set aims can help people to work faster and organise their time better than they would otherwise. So, make sure that everyone around you is focused on a specific goal. General, wishy-washy kinds of goals are no use. You should be as specific and targeted with these goals as you can be.

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Chirag Dodiya

I Conceptualize, Innovate and then work on Executing Amazing Startup Ideas with the help of a team and Entrepreneurs Network. I love building and rebuilding Products. Using creativity, ideas and magic, I build businesses.

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