We're all about getting rid of office clutter here at Lifehacker — usually for the sake of our own sanities — but it turns out you may have a bit more motivation than that to stay tidy.A recent study interviewed HR managers at a number of different companies, asking them how neatness of an employee's desk affects their perception of that person's professionalism. 65 per cent said it "somewhat affects it", while 18 per cent said it "greatly affects it", with only 17 per cent saying it has no effect. It isn't exactly fair, but it's something to think about when you're staring at your tornado of an office: you might want to tidy it up, if only to improve your reputation with your superiors. Hit the link to read the full study. [OfficeTeam via Unclutterer]Photo by Jeffrey Beall.
A Messy Desk Can Influence Perceptions Of Your Professionalism
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