8 Golden Rules to Follow to Increase your Work Ergonomic

8 Golden Rules to Follow to Increase your Work Ergonomic

Eva R Sachdeva 05/06/2018 8

As the years go by, jobs are getting excessively competitive. Increasing population coupled with higher literacy rates and qualifications, this competitiveness is sure to blossom into something even more meaningful, like the raise you always wanted. As people vie for the same position in an organisation, it is important to prove your work is above the mark.

Time management and development of skill can take a long way to speed up work processes and bring results. This fast paced world leaves the weak behind. A frequent up-gradation of one’s skill set can possibly be the defining factor between you and another candidate for a job. More than just impressing one’s boss with quick results, a systematic workflow makes a frequently done task more swift and simplified. Results are unbound when you are ready to grow and become your best version of yourself. With these tips, you will be certain to inch closer to the perfect schedule to maximize your workflow and prove your worth as a valuable and indispensable part of the business.

1. Take ample breaks: Taking breaks is a great way to increase productivity at work. Breaks are essential to divert the pressure from work. You can take a long walk, or go eat something, or just converse with coworkers in your break to ease the burden off your shoulders for a short span. It helps getting back to work with ease and provides further concentration to help you complete your tasks. Breaks supply you with ample energy to kick start your work again, and ultimately provide a better output. You should make sure to schedule your breaks accordingly so that it does not make you lose out on excess time as well.

2. Organisation is the key: It is highly beneficial for you to stay organised at your workplace to increase work efficiency. It does not merely relate to organizing your files and folders. Your online workplace is necessary for you to maintain as the mismanagement or loss of your information can be an irretrievable scenario. Precious information needs to be arranged in a proper way for ease of access and usage. It boosts your workflow as it keeps your files in place, making you reach out to anything you want within seconds. It saves up your time and energy and also promotes the discipline in your workplace.

3. Of Work, At Work: You should always make sure to maintain boundaries between your work life and personal space. Burnout can be a considerable issue but you should never let it seep into your own life. Having your mind at work at all times can be problematic at home as it rids you off the time and devotion you commit to your friends and family. By balancing between work and life, you can ensure to maintain a stable and healthy relationship which would further give you a peace of mind to work better.

4. Choosing the right tools to manage work: It is essential for you to establish the right tools to improve your work efficiency. Transparency, accountability and context are the keys to an efficient workplace and you should weigh out and analyse whether these tools are being sufficient enough in doing their job. If not, introduce more tools that you think would help you establish the same. It is not possible to make work seamless with ease, but it happens as the time passes by. It becomes easier if the right tools are implemented at the right time.

5. Checking the emails to a minimum: It is a daily thing to see your inbox get flooded with a number of emails from work. But if you keep checking your mails ever so often, it acts as a distraction and slows down your work process. Only check your mail when you are expecting one. It saves time and energy and facilitates your workflow. It saves the process of focusing and refocusing and you should schedule when to check your mails, in a span of two or three hours and save yourself the worry.

6. Do not take advantage of Social Media in your office: It is always advisable to save time at work in order to increase discipline at your office. Social media is an essential part of everyone’s lives, however it should be used to a minimum while at work. When you take breaks, you should ensure not to be on social media too much as it can be distracting and make you lose focus from work. Some companies even ban the use of Facebook and other social media platforms at office, as it is a good way to keep everyone in check. Use social media as much as you like after work. Even if you are allowed to use it in office, keep it to a maximum of 5 minutes and not more, in between breaks.

7. Saying NO is not bad: It is essential for you to realize that you have a threshold. While being up and about finishing your tasks in a day, it is also important for you to make sure that you do not overburden yourself at work. If the task load is excess, say no and shift some of the work until the next day. Excess workload can lead to a state of burnout which is even worse for someone who has to be at work on a regular basis. Say no to work at times if the pressure is immense to take.

8. Get sufficient time to rest: You should always make time for yourself and put yourself first. While you devote enough time to your work, you should also ensure to take enough rest to get the required energy to work the next day. In addition to rest, make sure that your work does not occupy your entire day and you also have ample time to do other things apart from that. When you finally establish a balance, you can see how efficiently your workflow increases and the results would be beneficial for your health as well.

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  • Elaine King

    Agree with avoiding distractions. It is so important to set up an environment that will allow you to focus on what you do.

  • Steve Davies

    Got a tip too, stop using social media while working and start doing something useful instead! Have a good day.

  • Jessie Loughton

    Really useful and practical tips.

  • Scott Noah

    These are awesome! Great tips, I will definitely give them a try!

  • Liam Hayes

    This only works assuming you don't work an overnight job.

  • Daniel Taipe

    For me, if I schedule my day ahead of time it just puts more pressure and anxiety because the moment something screws up the schedule, I start getting frustrated.

  • Bobbie Ferguson

    My willpower is really low in the morning.....

  • Paul Burton

    You're damn right, useful tips !!!

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Eva R Sachdeva

Millennial Guru

Eva is a Campus Editor at LinkedIn. She is an experienced content writer with a demonstrated history of working in the writing and editing industry. She is skilled in digital marketing, content marketing, SEO management, research, social media marketing and management. Strong arts and design professional, Eva holds a Bachelor of Arts focused in English from St. Xavier's College (Autonomous), Kolkata.


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