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During a fire or other emergency, the difference between escape and injury or death can sometimes be measured in seconds. That’s why all employers must comply with OSHA’s requirement for exit routes in the workplace.

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Here are several LinkedIn groups you can join that can help you solve some of your thorniest problems.

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Entrepreneurs tend to be “ready, fire, aim” people. “We often don’t make the best planners. We are action-oriented people,” says Bill McBean, author of The Facts of Business Life. That’s why it’s vital to step off the day-to-day treadmill and plan for your company’s growth.

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You can learn the tips and tricks that pros use to optimize their time with Business Management Daily’s ‘Microsoft Excel 2010: Time-Savers for Every Skill Level.’ We’re offering this informative executive summary FREE for a limited time to show professionals the Excel features they need to make their software jump through hoops with less time and effort than they ever thought possible. This popular guide to Excel, which is presented by Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel, normally costs $39.95.

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Budget woes forced the U.S. Postal Service to announce recently that it will stop delivering letters and other mail on Saturdays. And new postal rate increases took effect on Jan. 27. But smart mailing tactics can still save your company money on postage.

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Business Management Daily is offering an informative video recording to help business professionals save time and skyrocket their productivity. ’25 Keyboard Shortcuts You Should Know … & How to Use Them’ will teach professionals the keyboard shortcuts they need to cut down on the number of errors they would otherwise make by typing the same thing over and over again. Business Management Daily is offering this video recording FREE for a limited time.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jan. 7, 2013 Contact: Elizabeth Hall, Senior Web Editor  (800) 543-2055  (703) 905-8000 editor@BusinessManagementDaily.com New Free Special Report Provides Guidelines for Creating Legally Sound Employee Handbooks Falls Church, Va. — Your employee handbook can be an invaluable organizational tool — or an employment lawsuit waiting to happen. And in recent years, Congress [...]

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Avoid the following language in your job postings.

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“Oh, it’s no big deal, it’s just a cold.” How many times have you heard an employee casually dismiss an illness like this? As a manager, it’s imperative that you inform employees of how easily common infectious bugs such as colds and flu spread.

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About one-third of employees listen to music at work using an iPod, MP3 player or other portable music device. But employers need to be aware of the potential negative effects that these devices could have on communication, performance and safety.

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