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How to Improve Workplace Productivity

Subscribing to the Touch It Once Principle can help you improve workplace productivity.
Productivity is vital to the success of every business. Regardless of the type of company you work for, maximizing productivity can help you reduce costs and grow your bottom line – and it can make you feel good. We developed these smart skills and office products tips to make it easier for you to increase productivity in your workplace.

 
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6 Ways to Give Back to Your Community

Corporate generosity can also be an enriching experience and is – in our opinion – simply the right thing to do. Help your company pay it forward with these simple ways to begin your community-giving efforts.

 
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6 Ways to Simplify Your Work Life

When 5 p.m. rolls around, and you’re headed home from the office, do you usually feel a sense of accomplishment? Or does your progress often get sidetracked by interruptions, inefficiencies, and other unwelcome surprises? If busy workdays are your gold standard, see these six strategies that can boost productivity and save you from chaos on the job.

 
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5 Office Safety Tips

A safe workplace fosters employee health, happiness, and productivity. But creating such an environment may not be as straightforward as it seems. Check out these workplace safety tips with compassionate ways to help your colleagues feel secure and productive at work.

 
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6 Tried-and-True Customer Service Skills

With costs between five and 25 times higher to acquire a new customer than to retain your existing ones, businesses need their customers. Over the last 12+ years, we’ve identified several successful customer service strategies that have resonated with the clients we are so grateful for, and we’re sharing them – and other expert trade secrets – with you.

 
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Meet Our EZOPeop: Marilyn Gottschalk, Accounts Receivable

Marilyn joined EZOP when we launched the company in 2006. She processes our accounts receivable — receives checks, processes credit cards, confirms ACH payments, applies credits, reconciles customer accounts and handles government-mandated requirements with sales tax and payroll liabilities. Her typical work day includes responding to emails, processing A/R responsibilities, and double-checks that accounting records are kept current. She also keeps Rose in check.

 
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