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Remember that feedback should travel up the ladder as well as down.
Lean methodology was adapted from the Toyota Pro­duction System and focuses on the elimination of waste within work.
A federal appeals court ruled that an employee was entitled to prove at trial that she was owed overtime pay for time that her employer should have known she was working, despite her mistake in calculating her overtime pay rate.
One-fifth of the world’s population work as assistants, but how many have locked down not just job security but a career arc that’s always moving upward?
The picture has now become clearer with the release of revised Form 6765 and new Form 8974 for tax year 2016.
Yes, automation can work wonders, but not quite for everything—including what matters most.
The IRS has released four information letters in which it discusses the requirements for cafeteria plan benefits.
Try this the next time you’re in a situation where the choice is either to stand awkwardly in a corner or go up to someone and start chatting.
Brackets for Payroll mean tax brackets, not the betting sheets for March Madness college basketball playoffs. Now that you’ve finished with 2016 year-end, it’s time to turn back to items that fell through the cracks.
While you made it through the hiring process, day one presents a whole new set of challenges that can cause anxiety among new employees.
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