Chapter 7 Time and Workstation Management (TRUE or FALSE)

Managing your time effectively has no impact on your success.
FALSE
Time is a valuable resource that should be used wisely.
TRUE
A time log is of no use in helping you determine how effectively you use your time.
FALSE
Time management systems can help you identify peak and slow work periods.
TRUE
Planning your daily work activities will help you forget tasks that need to be completed.
FALSE
A tickler file is an alphabetic system for keeping track of future actions.
FALSE
Reminder systems can be either manual or electronic.
TRUE
If both you and your coworkers schedule appointments for the same person, you need to coordinate appointment calendars so that they show the same appointments.
TRUE
Many companies provide modular workstations that can be arranged to meet specific user needs.
TRUE
An organized desktop will decrease productivity.
FALSE
Collecting large amounts of office supplies is a good way to make sure you have only the supplies you need on hand.
FALSE
Servicing equipment and replacing parts to prevent failure is called ergonomics.
FALSE
Poor lighting is the cause of carpal tunnel syndrome.
FALSE
Office workers should report potential safety hazards to the appropriate person.
TRUE
Emergency exit routes should be posted in noticeable places throughout an office building.
TRUE