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One important way to judge your success as a manger is by the success of your employees. An effective manager isn’t just a boss who can extract the most productivity from his people, but the one who produces great future managers. How can you be sure that under your leadership managers will blossom?

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Vouchers for compact fluorescent light bulbs and rooftop solar panels have taken their place next to health insurance and flextime as popular employee benefits. Young job-seekers want to work for socially responsible, environmentally friendly companies. That’s one reason more companies have begun offering “green” employee benefits.

The immigration law landscape keeps changing, and employers must keep up. Even employees who are in the United States illegally can sue you for unpaid overtime. Now you also have to be aware of another risk: Clever attorneys have begun filing RICO Act lawsuits, alleging that some employers are essentially running “mob” operations by knowingly hiring illegal immigrants.

Which of your workers are eligible for overtime pay? Which are independent contractors versus employees? It soon won’t be good enough to guess … get ready to document and show proof.
Do you own residential property that’s been producing a marginal profit or a loss the past few years? Short of raising the rent, you’re fighting an uphill battle as your expenses continue to grow each year. Surprisingly, many landlords don’t claim all the deductions they are entitled to. Here are the “top 10” deductions on the list:
Comments supervisors make on performance evaluations can come back to haunt the company—especially if they concern the FMLA. That’s why HR should carefully review performance evaluations and tell supervisors to zip it when tempted to gripe about FMLA leave.
You may have heard about the MBA oath. It was created by a couple of Harvard Business School students and has spread to business school campuses around the world, leading to a book on the topic. If the MBA oath were to cause even a few leaders to stand up and say out loud how they intend to conduct themselves, then it would be worth the effort of writing and promoting it.

Ever sought help in Microsoft Office—only to feel like you needed more help? Melissa P. Esquibel, a Microsoft Certified Trainer who writes “The Office Tech Pro” blog, offers these tips for getting the right help fast, so you can get back to your task:

Billions of email messages are sent each day, but one study estimates that the average employee wastes more than 40 minutes a day on worthless email. That doesn't even include the jokes your friends and family forward and the unnecessary messages your colleagues copy to everyone in the office. Here's how you can trim the time you spend on email:

This may be the year you finally convert your traditional IRA to a Roth. But who should you name as the beneficiaries? Usually, it’s the kids or grandkids. Instead, designate a trust as beneficiary. This way, you don’t have to worry about teenagers squandering the funds from an inheritance. The youngsters can gain full access to the funds at a specified age.

People are just not satisfied with their jobs today. The Conference Board found in January that only 45% of Americans are satisfied with their jobs. Just 51% find their work interesting. One of the study’s authors concluded that workers “have to figure out what they should be doing to be the most engaged in their jobs and the most productive.” I say managers need to help them.
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