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Finding your career “path” can be hard when you start your first job. These principles can help you with your career decision-making process.
What guidelines are there for sending email invitations for a formal event?
If you filed at least 250 W-2s for 2015, you must report the aggregate cost of employees’ health benefits on their 2016 W-2s in Box 12 with Code DD.
Gossip and jealousy cause resentment and anger in the office. Here are some tips to get past it and return to making thoughtful workplace decisions.
The Social Security Administration has announced that the 2017 taxable wage base for the Social Security portion of FICA increases to $127,200. That’s a 7.34% hike over the 2016 wage base of $118,500. In addition, the IRS has released its 2017 Notice 1036, which addresses official 2017 withholding allowances and other withholding issues. Meanwhile, the […]
In one scant month, exempt employees who don’t earn at least $913 a week must be reclassified as overtime-eligible nonexempt employees. This is your final check to ensure that your systems and processes are functioning correctly.
You can tell a lot about what someone is thinking by monitoring their body language.
How many times have you looked around and realized there’s something not quite right with the way work is being distributed—to you in particular?
Researchers say our “always on” culture of cellphones and other electronic devices perpetually within reach means higher stress levels and reduced productivity. Writing at BBC, Padraig Belton suggests ways to deal with technology’s reach and keep your productivity up.
Celina, writing at Career Girl Daily, cites several symptoms as signs that your body needs more water.
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