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Many busy professionals spend a significant part of their day using Microsoft Office. Now a free download is available to help you reduce the time you spend typing Word documents and creating Excel spreadsheets at work. The keyboard shortcuts in Tip Card: 25 Keyboard Shortcuts will decrease the number of errors you make when typing and help you complete your work more efficiently. In honor of the 60th anniversary of Administrative Professionals Week, Business Management Daily is offering these Microsoft Office keyboard shortcuts free for a limited time.
It’s a snowball effect: The more poised and confident you are, the more people will like and admire you, which in turn will boost your confidence even more. It’s evident that business professionals who appear poised and at ease shine during meetings. Are you in need of meeting etiquette and protocol tips? Here are guidelines to help you excel during that important meeting.
In honor of Administrative Professionals Week, April 23-27, Business Management Daily is rereleasing its very popular Standard Operating Procedure: An example manual of operating procedures for an administrative assistant. The manual provides a detailed example of the day-to-day activities conducted by an organization’s administrative assistant.
Employers are increasingly being held accountable for their discrimination against employees. A significant number of claims filed with EEOC include job discrimination. For example, 37% of claims include race discrimination and 30% include sex discrimination. Here are five recent cases that serve as good lessons for any manager.
Business Management Daily has announced that their new publication, Office Manager Today, will be the official newsletter of the office* Trade Show and Conference to be held May 30-31, 2012 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. Office Manager Today is a complete business resource designed specifically for busy professionals. The Office Manager Today website includes useful tools, such as customizable templates, forms and memos, plus a grammar repair shop and skills checklists. The service also includes an 8-page monthly newsletter filled with tips and advice.
Wage-and-hour labor litigation continues to increase exponentially. Federal class actions brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) outnumbered all other types of private class actions in employment-related cases. Particularly hard hit: employers in California, Florida, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Texas. Clearly, this is not the time to make an FLSA compliance mistake. Federal employment laws govern this workplace issue and many more, including discrimination, family leave and harassment.
Human Resource professionals spend a lot of time ensuring companies comply with the law so the employers don’t wind up in court losing time and money. But more and more, HR managers are finding themselves defending not their employers’ bottom lines, but their own personal bank accounts. Business Management Daily uncovers how HR pros can protect themselves against personal liability in the workplace.
Microsoft Excel is known as the dominant producer of spreadsheets. It’s used by organizations throughout the world. But is the program an enormous challenge for you? You know how effective it can be, but does working with Microsoft Excel ultimately cause you more time and stress than it’s worth?
According to recent findings from a Gallup Daily tracking series, 52% of employees are “not engaged” in their work. However, it's also essential to determine whether managers are engaged in managing their employees. In an attempt to “empower” their staffs, too many managers take a completely hands-off approach, leaving employees alone unless they really need help.
What makes a great leader? Sometimes it’s qualities that are learned. Sometimes it’s qualities that are innate. Not every manager can be great leader. Business Management Daily shares five important things every manager who aspires to be a corporate leader should ask themselves.
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