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Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are struggling to organise their offices in a way that leaves them well placed to work at their full capacity, according to a poll of bosses at relatively small-scale companies.
In fact, research carried out by the office supplies company Office Depot established that roughly a fifth of American SMBs consider a lack of organisation within their workplace to be among the primary problems hindering their progress.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the main reason why small business offices end up being so disorganised is simply that staff don’t feel they have enough time to spend on managing their space effectively.
The potential importance of the issue was also made clear by the study, which found that over 90 percent of SMBs consider an organised office to be a more productive environment than one in which chaos has become part of the everyday process.
Over a thousand relevant parties were quizzed on how they view organisation in the office as part of the study, with a quarter of respondents saying they at least attempt to tidy their desk every day, while just over a third said they do so roughly once a week.
In the UK and elsewhere, the issue of disorganised offices is being alleviated at least to some extent among SMBs by the increased use of serviced offices where many of the day-to-day concerns associated with occupying busy workspaces are taken care of.
Meanwhile, many self-employed and start-up companies are taking advantage of the flexibility offered by ‘on-demand’ workspaces, where occupancy can be arranged on extremely short notice.
Indeed, a recent report from the Global Workspace Association suggested that the flexibility of serviced offices and other managed workspace solutions are steadily being embraced by SMBs worldwide.