The period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day typically finds employees distracted—if they’re at work at all. Head off a big productivity slump by anticipating these three problems.
Bonuses are a great way to show appreciation to employees. They’re also a wonderful retention tactic. So, who gets what? You have four choices.
You've probably experienced the tedium of double-checking your huge slide decks for formatting inconsistencies and copying and pasting logos on dozens of slides. Learning to work with Slide Masters frees you from those tasks.
Say one of your employees walks into your office all red-faced and angry. How should you respond? Follow these do’s and don’ts to help employees vent about stressful work problems and think about solutions:
When it comes to small talk, some people get it and some people don’t—or do they? Here are the five stages of conversational intelligence.
Good, bad or sluggish economy, there are valid reasons—mostly sustaining employee morale—to pay holiday bonuses. If your company will be doing so, now's the time for Payroll to plan for them.
Smart business people know it’s more profitable to keep existing customers than constantly having to find new ones. The same principle applies to employees.
It’s promotion time again, and again your boss passes you over and offers the promotion to a co-worker. But why? The reasons that your boss may be overlooking you for a promotion are simpler than you think.
Malware—any form of malicious or harmful coding—can include viruses, spyware, adware, nagware, trojans, worms and more recent PUPs and nasty code meant to take personal information from a person’s online accounts. What’s on the market to protect you:
More employers are pushing their workers to receive pay via debit cards. But not all employees want to be paid that way—and the law is often on their side.