In 2020, remote work went from an occasional perk to a way of life around the globe. While working from home (WFH) has often been touted as a sustainable way to work, as more and more people have engaged in it, it’s shown that, like everything else, it has its sustainability pros and cons.
Here are a few of the biggest considerations when it comes to the eco-friendly nature (or lack thereof) of remote work.
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Manual organization takes up a lot of space and tracking is time-consuming. Digitization provides the whole team access to information — any time, any place.
An uncluttered, paperless office creates a modern, professional appearance. Costs are reduced as use of paper, ink/toner, physical storage and postage decrease. Paper is a security issue: Files can be lost, stolen or destroyed in a fire or flood. Cutting the use of paper is eco-friendly, sustainable and better for the planet.
Below are 10 tips for going paperless in the office:
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