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Warn your staff not to send frivolous e-mail. If your workers feel free to send e-mail with large attachments, such as a holiday greeting card or a new screen saver, the cybertraffic can bring your system to a standstill. Personal e-mail also heightens your company’s exposure to legal liability. Educate employees about the need to conserve computer space and keep superfluous e-mail off your system. At a minimum: Remind employees that e-mail is never private and they should use company e-mail only for company business.
The IRS is in the middle of intensive line-by-line payroll audits to ensure that your withholding procedures are 100% correct. And it's not just the IRS. The U.S. Department of Labor has been on the prowl lately for employers that slip up on the confusing retirement contribution rules....Click here to find out more.