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The Specialized Information Publishers Association (SIPA) has named BusinessManagementDaily.com 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.
Business professionals use Microsoft Outlook on a daily basis. They can answer emails, keep their appointments and calendars, and save their files in various folders. But is it possible for professionals to manage their entire workflow with Outlook?
Many employers today complain that their employees have poor writing skills. Their administrative professionals struggle to write clearly and concisely and spend far too much time organizing their thoughts. Business Management Daily’s webinar Business Writing That Gets Results will help professionals sharpen their writing skills and produce effective written communication that gets results.
Administrative professionals are busier than ever keeping their executives on track. As a result, time management is a fundamental skill for them to possess. It’s important for admins to develop timesaving shortcuts to help them complete their work more efficiently.
Employers prize accurate minute taking skills more than ever. However, not everyone knows how to take effective minutes – and some people panic at the thought of having to keep track of everything that happens in a meeting. The Minute Taking Template and Sample Meeting Minutes will help administrative professionals feel less stressed at the thought of taking minutes. These resources will provide them with the information they need to take organized and effective minutes during important meetings. In honor of the 60th anniversary of Administrative Professionals Week, Business Management Daily is offering the Minute Taking Template and Sample Meeting Minutes free for a limited time.
The best executive assistants are indispensable. But, initially, many have trouble developing the trust and understanding needed for a strong assistant-boss relationship. Trudy Vitti is the executive assistant to Kevin Roberts, the CEO Worldwide of Saatchi & Saatchi, and has partnered with him for 15 years. She knows how difficult the initial steps of a new assistant-boss relationship can be.
In today’s business world, it’s important to separate yourself from the herd and use your skills to propel yourself to new heights. Do you think you have what it takes to make the transformation from an administrative assistant to an executive assistant? If you’re effective and execute work flawlessly with integrity and style, you might want to contact someone like Melba Duncan.