What to know about William & Johns’ executive office supply chain
From the outside, this looks like a normal office supply store, stocked with office supplies and supplies for employees to use.
But behind the scenes, this one-stop shop is filled with hidden gems.
For example, employees can’t leave their desk chairs on the shelves or have their personal belongings in the lockers.
Instead, the store’s executive office supplies department has a section for office supplies that are specifically designed for staff.
And a secret stash of office supplies are stored in a closet under the floor.
Inside, staff can store their own office supplies, but they must take out all their personal items before leaving the store.
That includes a computer, printer, office supplies such as pens and notebooks, and even a laptop.
A key feature is the ability to bring your office supplies home and back, so staff can use them again without leaving the office.
A secret stashOf the products on display, we find a lot of the products are already out there.
There are products like pens and folders, which are used to write memos.
And there are office supplies like office supplies for staff, such as a small USB charger.
In addition, some office supplies come with other features like extra storage space for office files, or office supplies with special design features, like the ability for them to be stashed in an office cabinet.
The company also has a secret supply room with hidden stash of equipment.
The warehouse is also full of shelves, where staff can stash their office supplies.
And the company has a special section that is dedicated to office supplies specifically designed to help staff use their equipment.
The store has offices in a variety of locations, including the office supply factory, warehouse, and distribution center.
Here’s a look at where employees can get their office supply supplies.
For a few weeks, we’ll be sharing stories about the hidden treasures that lie beneath the surface.
For now, you can keep track of the stores newest and most surprising discoveries by following @TheBakerStories on Twitter.