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It’s important for professionals to learn best practices on everything from meeting and cubicle etiquette to business letter and email protocol. Business Management Daily provides a variety of resources to help individuals improve their business etiquette skills and increase their success in the workplace. To emphasize the importance of good etiquette at work, Business Management Daily has compiled a list of its top 10 articles on business etiquette.

Business Management Daily’s 'FMLA Sample Policy: Example FMLA guidelines for organizations' will show human resources professionals how to properly adhere to the FMLA, prevent misuse of the act by their employees and avoid lawsuits. Business Management Daily is offering this valuable resource FREE for a limited time to emphasize the importance of complying with the FMLA. This sample policy is presented as a word document that HR pros can edit for their own organizations.
Business Management Daily’s 'FMLA Forms: 7 forms to help organizations comply with the FMLA' will help organizations and their HR pros adhere to the FMLA. Business Management Daily is offering this resource FREE for a limited time to highlight the importance of complying with the FMLA. With these forms, organizations no longer have to worry about poorly worded documents that fail to provide legal protection because they use the exact language required under federal law — and by the courts. 
Business Management Daily is offering FMLA Intermittent Leave: 5 guidelines on managing intermittent leave and curbing leave abuse under the new FMLA regulations FREE for a limited time to highlight the importance of complying with the FMLA. This informative report will help organizations and their HR professionals learn the important components of FMLA intermittent leave to prevent abuse of the law by employees and protect themselves from lawsuits.
To highlight the importance of complying with the FMLA, Business Management Daily is offering four free downloads throughout the month of June. These resources will help organizations and their HR pros follow the components of the complex act to control its misuse by employees and prevent lawsuits.
Business Management Daily has announced that its new publication 'Office Manager Today' will be the official newsletter of the office* Trade Show and Conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C., May 30-31. 
The Specialized Information Publishers Association (SIPA) has named the third-place winner in the international 2012 SIPAwards competition for Best New or Relaunched Website. Business Management Daily’s Senior Web Editor Elizabeth Hall and Web Developer Chad Barbee won the award for their work on a complete redesign of the website in 2011.
Business Management Daily announces the newly updated edition of their annual guide on the most effective ways to maximize tax savings, designed to help business owners keep more of their paychecks when tax-return time rolls around again.
Call them what you will—toxic bosses, controlling bosses, just plain pain-in-the backside bosses—lousy managers are a fact of life in the workplace. An employee could always quit, but in a down job market, that’s easier said than done. Business Management Daily’s 'The Bully Boss Strikes Again! How to deal with bosses who make crazy requests' will teach business professionals how to handle these difficult bosses who make ridiculous requests.
According to the IRS, 80% of workers currently classified as contractors are actually employees. That means they’re missing out on benefits they can sue to receive. Microsoft was forced to pay $96.9 million to independent contractors, and the IRS is enthusiastic about auditing employees and receiving unpaid payroll taxes and penalties.
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