Offices have been completely rearranged due to the pandemic. Manager’s have taken precautions to keep their employees safe while finding innovative ideas to keep them productive and informed. Now it may be time for offices to adopt notifications to keep up the health and safety of the workplace.
In order to ensure the safety and health of your residents and employees, it is imperative to implement as many contactless procedures as possible. An easy way to do this is to make package logging entirely contactless.
Now it’s time to “sanitize” your workflow - make sure that you can keep residents and employees safe no matter what they hope to achieve. We’re launching a series called “Contactless” dedicated to small changes your property management office can make to protect residents and still keep the needle moving on operations.
With several systems, it’s easy to make mistakes. Packages are lost, stolen, or unaccounted for.
That’s why our team put together a series of best practices to help your team increase accountability and ensure you have an easy to use, optimized package log.
We have all been there. A package arrives at the front desk lobby and sits for days, sometimes even weeks, cluttering up your mailroom or lobby desk. You don’t know what is in it if it's valuable or not, so you just keep sending notices, taking more time out of your day. That’s where your package management system should come into play.
It takes 6.2 minutes per package to log it in and out with a traditional delivery management system like pen and paper. That’s over an hour for 10 packages received in a day. We’ve put together some best practices to streamline and make your delivery management software more efficient and effective.
Package Management is becoming an apartment amenity that adds an incredible amount of value to resident's lives. More than ever before, residents expect to have their packages delivered in a fashion that is easy and secure for them - and that's where we come in.
Not all signatures are created equal, especially in the corporate mailroom. Though the burden may be relieved from the carrier itself, companies must take additional precautions to ensure each package reaches the rightful owner and remove liability from their own employees.