BMD Editors

Inspiring leader … Quiet problem solver … Compassionate mentor.  Different employees crave different things from their managers. Unless you’re a mind reader, it’s impossible to know exactly what your staff wants from you.

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Q. When hiring employees who we know are claiming excessive/nonexistent dependents on their W-4 to avoid paying federal income taxes and hoping not to be held accountable, do we have the right to have them produce some form of proof of the dependents? – Debbie, Tennessee

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Webinars

by BMD Editors on May 13, 2011 10:29am

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Business Management Daily, part of Capitol Information Group, has acquired the publishing assets of the Alexander Hamilton Institute, a New Jersey-based publisher founded in 1909.

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Free E-Letters

by BMD Editors on March 23, 2011 11:27am

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What’s an employer to do when the documents an employee presents to prove work eligibility don’t match up? Employment law attorney Nancy Delogu guides you through the process of determining where employer responsibilities stop and employee responsibilities start. Subscribers to the HR Specialist Premium Plus service can tap Delogu’s expertise weekly, through the web site’s members-only “Ask the Attorney” service. 

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Q. Our employees have company-issued cell phones with global positioning systems capabilities. Can we use the GPS to track employees’ movements without telling them we are doing so?

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Q. Am I invading applicants’ privacy by reviewing their Facebook, MySpace, blogs and Twitter feeds?

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Q. Am I invading applicants’ privacy by reviewing their Facebook, MySpace, blogs and Twitter feeds?

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Q. One of our sales managers thinks a salesperson has been e-mailing confidential customer information to his personal e-mail address. Can we review the salesperson’s sent-messages file on the company’s e-mail server to see what he has been sending out?

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