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When meeting with your accountant this tax season, don't be surprised if he or she tries to sell you on a new benefit-
management program or other service.

U.S. workers have stayed put, waiting out the recession. Now, 40 percent of workers plan to change jobs this year, according to a Careerbuilder.com survey. Some tips to lure the best:

Your organization downsized last year, closed its telemarketing center and hired an outside call center instead. This year, sales slumped 6 percent. Around the water cooler, folks are saying it’s because “management” fired the experienced phone reps.
It’s a simple way to protect your bottom line against currency fluctuations. 
How do you know if you need to stretch? Ask yourself these questions:
Co-workers and customers alike commented on what a "really nice person" Lauryn was. But Amy wished Lauryn's work quality and productivity weren't just barely good enough to satisfy her expectations ...
Workplace safety isn't only an issue for managers in risky industries. Take this quiz to test your knowledge of safe workplace practices and how they impact managers:
People are more likely to call in sick when they don't feel their attendance really matters, when they find their working conditions unpleasant or stressful, or when they feel taken for granted. Anything you can do to prevent or offset such feelings will have a positive effect on attendance.
You're the new manager of a design workgroup. You're looking forward to a new set of challenges, but are nervous about supervising several employees who are older and more experienced than you. But your manager seems to have faith in you, and at first, so do your new employees ...
When making the tough call about who receives a layoff notice (and defending that decision in court), rely on more than one evaluation tool.
Why? Overly rosy performance evaluations are ...