If you have a lot to do on the job you are not alone. A common complaint from employees across...
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Doris Hall
If you have a lot to do on the job you are not alone. A common complaint from employees across the U.S. is that employers are asking for more work when you do my homework for me in less time. Here are four tips for productivity success on the job.

Do One Thing at a Time
While many job descriptions list the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously as an asset for a position, researchers and scientists have found that people are more productive and accurate when they can actually focus on one task at a given time. Although you may have multiple tasks to perform in any given hour or day, you will be more effective if you handle one individual task at a time.

Don't Put All Communication in Writing First
While email and texting are effective modes of communicating information, key pieces of information can get lost in translation, particularly since others cannot hear tone of voice and details are often left out. Live conversations can be an effective way of addressing and brainstorming solutions to problems or everyday issues. One good rule of thumb in deciding what form of communication to use with a colleague is to write out the issues that you need addressed. If you have an issue that takes longer than three sentences to explain, it is often better to have a conversation first and follow up in writing later.