According to office movers, Miami companies usually require that employees pack up their office or cubicle space, including desk, filing cabinet, and personal items. Use these tips to prepare for a move so when the day arrives, your things won’t get lost in the shuffle.

Ask Your Boss
The first step as an employee is to ask your boss if there are any restrictions on what you’re allowed to take to the new office if there are plans for new furnishings, and if so, what they are, including the size of desk and drawer space. Make sure you know the “rules” before you start packing, including the move date, what to do with unwanted furniture and how to dispose of unwanted documents.

Tips for Packing the Filing Cabinet
Start the packing process by sorting and clearing out the clutter from the filing cabinet. It’s usually the biggest job and might require more time than your desk. Find out which documents are not required, which can be recycled and which need to be shredded. This might already be part of your company’s protocol, but in case it isn’t, ask.

Tips for Packing the Desk
Empty every drawer and sort through the paper clips, notepads, and other supplies. Keep some and donate the rest to charity. The key is only to take with you what you need. If your employer knows what your new space will look like, its size and how much space can accommodate, and then you can make some decisions about what stays and what goes. Ask your employer what you do with extra furnishings or supplies.

Tips for Packing Equipment
Ask the person in charge of the move if you handle backing up your computer and preparing equipment for the move. Remember that the equipment you’re planning to move will need proper packaging. This is the time to start rounding it up.

Tips for Packing Personal Items
When it comes to personal items, the main questions to ask yourself are: how much room will you have in the new space and what will it look like? Personal items, such as pictures, framed posters may not fit in the new office if you have limited wall space. Miami office movers recommend taking all personal items home, in particular, those that you value, just in case they get lost in the move.