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If you are meeting a business contact for the very first time, ensure that you make the best possible impression. Follow this advice.
If you administer payroll for a partnership, say, a law or accounting firm, you have problems. The IRS recently released temporary and proposed regulations that reiterate its position on partnerships.
When it comes to business travel, the company wants to save as much money as possible.
Shockingly (or maybe not), more than half the attendees at the APA’s identity theft workshop acknowledged that they were bait for the phishing expedition undertaken earlier this year to steal employees’ W-2 information by spoofing a company’s executives.
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections is in the process of converting more than 400,000 paper files, microfilm and X-rays to digital files with the help of inmates.
If you're paying employees to create, file and organize paper records, you’re likely wasting valuable resources and money.
Although most documents are created, maintained, and used electronically, many organizations still send files to off-site facilities for long-term storage.
Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
Your relationships in the workplace often dictate how well you work and how enjoyable work is.
One thing almost every new manager has to deal with is “leadership residue.”
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