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The weather outside may be frightfully bizarre this winter, but the temperatures inside can be just as difficult for many to adjust to. According to a new Harris poll, 23% of employees say their office is too cold, while 25% are too hot.
If your boss seems as stressed as the one in this cartoon, take a few more steps back from the desk.
The secret to a packed travel schedule for Pope Francis, according to Vatican officials, is simple: a strict habit of sleeping, naps, prayer and meditation.
Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
The role of an administrative professional is evolving, with job-holders in a wide range of fields taking on more responsibility. Here are some of the best-paying administrator jobs available, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Crumpled receipts, overindulgent choices, ill-defined budgets ... an expense policy needs to accommodate the realities of what happens when staff starts spending.

It snowed a lot during the winter of 2015. In fact, it snowed so much that the Tax Court ruled that a taxpayer’s petition was timely filed even though it was one day late, because the federal government was closed for a snow day on the day the petition was due.
As organizations’ tangible assets vaporize into the cloud, it’s a good idea to think about how you manage data.
48% of senior managers said #1 on the list had the greatest impact on administrative professionals’ jobs in the past year ... and it's only getting more intense.
The omnibus spending bill that President Obama signed Dec. 18 did more than fund the federal government for 2016 and delay implementation of the Affordable Care Act’s “Cadillac tax.” The massive legislation—it’s both a tax bill and an appropriations bill—addresses hundreds of measures affected by the federal budget.