Tired of sharing, searching, waiting (Editorial)

Photocopiers can be a personal productivity issue if you're not an Irish monk
By John Hobel
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 11/09/2005

Some workplaces keep them behind a closed door. But many firms still have them out in the open. At least that way you can see who’s using more than their share.

It’s not that there’s a big concern about personal use, rather some departments and employees monopolize them so much they should get their own. After all, photocopiers can be a personal productivity issue.

Indeed, some days getting a single reproduction can turn into a 30-minute chore. Or longer.