Telkee Key Security Management Solutions
Telkee Lockable Key Cabinets has been owned and operated by Newbound Pty Ltd, an all Australian owned and operated company, located in Sydney, Australia for over 50 years!
We pride ourselves at offering the finest quality products for your key security, and key storage, along with our faultless customer service wherever possible. We have an unblemished reputation for supplying the highest quality key control cabinets on the available on the Australia market today.
All Telkee cabinets are made with 1ml - 1.6ml steel, are wall mountable, and have a baked enamel finish. There are sizes and models suitable for all types of industries, including Real Estate offices, Government departments, Hospitals and Schools. Also available is a range of Adjustable Shelf cabinets and Suspension File systems .
We have key security cabinets with models ranging from 35 hooks up to our largest cabinet at 550 hook capacities. Most are available with a range of locking options including keyless entry and manager override locks, and come complete with all the required accessories to complete the key management system in your office or business.
The key management systems offered by a Telkee Key cabinet are guaranteed to help your key storage problems disappear.
July 28, 2015
Stress is one of the worst ways of killing your productivity and efficiency. When it comes to stress management at the workplace, not many people are aware of what steps you need to take to relieve yourself from it. Some say it is the role of the Human Resources department to help with this regard. At TelKee Lockable Cabinets, we value our employees and work towards helping them with workplace stress management. Here are the top 5 tips for managing stress in the workplace that we follow. 1. Create a schedule that reduces stress – to reduce the stress in your life, you will need to add “gap time” to your daily schedules. Experts in stress management have said that adding five gaps in throughout the day – waking day, 10am, 2pm, 4pm and at bedtime. By allowing yourself time to reboot (which often involves deep breathing, and other exercises) you are able to manage stress reactions and adjust yourself accordingly. 2. Become assertive – learn to say “No” to avoid becoming overwhelmed with work by bringing awareness into your current full schedule whilst maintaining a positive and team-oriented attitude. 3. Take a break – make sure you take vacation or your personal days to relax and unwind to get away from workplace stressors. 4. Unplug from work/disturbances – when you leave work, make sure you leave it behind. However, you should also consider unplugging yourself from technology and spend time doing things that would bring your relaxation. Consider switching off your phone and reading a book, perhaps. 5. Let it out – one of the best ways to deal with stress is to talk about it. Talking about what is bothering you can pinpoint the issues at hand and help you take steps to remedying it. Another way to deal with it is to use exercise and break a sweat – it’s a known fact that physical activity is a known stress buster. Even if it’s a quick but brisk walk during lunchtime to get your meal, it can help get the blood pumping and releasing endorphins to help with stress management. Did you know that the earliest signs of workplace stress include decrease in concentration and memory, increase in fatigue, poor sleeping, increase in headaches and more? These stress symptoms should be enough to make you want to make a change. Make a change today with the above tips for stress busting at the workplace! >>Read 5 Tips for Stress Management at Work
July 16, 2015
Corporate life can be quite stressful and with the current uncertain climates, you need to have somewhat of a coping mechanism. Often stress can hinder productivity, and can also affect your health. TelKee Key Cabinets has some tips for handling corporate life and work management so that it need not always be the case. Tip 1: Recognising the Warning Signs of Stress Being overwhelmed at work can really impact your attitude and confidence, often making you less productive and effective in your day-to-day work. These are some of the signs and symptoms of workplace stress: Muscle tensions/headaches Concentration/Stomach problems Social withdrawal Apathy Anxiety, irritability, and depression Substance abuse as coping mechanism A common cause of excessive job/workplace stress levels would be pressure to perform with great expectations compared to no increase in job satisfaction. Tip 2: Reducing Stress Levels by Taking Care of Yourself When it gets to the point where stress is taking over your life, in terms of job performance, your personal life and health, it is a clear sign that something needs to be done. You have to make sure that you put your physical and mental health first, start taking steps, pay attention to these issues, and remedy them. When you are feeling better, you will be stronger, both physically and emotionally, to cope with the stress. Things you can do include: Exercise Diet choices Moderating alcohol consumption Sleep Support system Tip 3: Prioritising and Organising Work to Reduce Stress One way of making sure you are not overwhelmed is to regain control by organising and prioritising work with time and task management skills. These are well received and work wonders. Time management tips include creating a balanced schedule, not over-committing/over-scheduling, leaving earlier every morning, and planning regular breaks (to recharge). Task management tips include prioritising tasks, breaking projects into sub-tasks/steps, delegating responsibility, and being willing to compromise when the need arises. One of the key things to note is that you need to make changes to elevate your situation. These include: Responsibility to improve physical and emotional health Conditioning yourself to avoid knee jerk responses with relation to stress levels and negative attitudes/habits Improve communication to promote better attitudes and relationships in the workplace (with the management and colleagues) Stay tuned for more great stress management tips from the TelKee Lockable Cabinets blog by watching this space. >>Read Tips for Handling Corporate Life and Work Management
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Having various listings and properties to maintain, the Telkee Lockable Cabinets for key management have been very effective in managing them, and ensuring that our clients property is in safe hands.
- Amanda Burrows, Real Estate Executive