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Planning of Office Work
Like others office work is required to be planed by the determination of objectives, policies, procedures and methods.






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The objective, in short, is to secure a steady and prompt flow of work by the expenditure of least time, money and energy. For effective performance of office work the employee competence, mechanical aside, office equipment, and above all, working procedures and methods are

essential. The personnel department of the business usually selects, trains and develops the office employees in the discharge of its personnel function in the enterprises. Accordingly, in those enterprises which ave a specialized personnel department the office manger is relieved of the personnel function involved in selecting, training, and to some extent, in morale building. In other cases, the staffing of office personnel becomes the special assignment of the office manager. About the extent of mechanization in office work an the use of office equipment, top-management members formulate policies for providing guides to the action of the office manager. According to the directive contained in office policies, the office manager selects, acquires, maintains or replaces office machines and equipments.

In short, planning of office work is highly technical an very important for proper functioning of any enterprise in modern time.

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