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The segment of U.S. workers least satisfied with their jobs includes customer service representatives, office support supervisors and executive administrative assistants, according to the results of a survey by Monster.com.
The government shutdown means hundreds of thousands of federal employees aren’t at work, but it doesn’t mean employers are off the compliance hook.
Jill Nelson is founder and CEO of Ruby Receptionists, the nation’s No. 1 small company to work for, according to Fortune magazine. She is widely celebrated for her innovative approach to company culture, so we reached out to learn more about how she creates powerful and positive employee experiences at her virtual receptionist firm.
Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays as observed in the District of Columbia are taken into account to determine due dates. Under the federal deposit rules, you’re allowed a deposit shortfall of the greater of $100 or 2% of your tax liability.
Question: An employee lives in New York, but commutes to our offices in Maryland every week. He returns home on Friday. We are contractually obligated to reimburse him for his weekly hotel/housing expenses. Are his reimbursements taxable, or do they qualify as tax-free local lodging expenses?
The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau last month warned employers that they cannot require employees to be paid using prepaid payroll cards. “Consumers must have options when it comes to how they receive their wages,” the agency announced.
How many times are you asked to make improvements to administrative processes without any real guidance on what to do or where to start? The DMAIC process makes you work through specific activities in a defined structure so that any changes you make to a process will be successful.
Fall is when most companies assess their fringe benefits programs, with an eye to making changes for the coming year. It’s also when Payroll begins to assess the damage (taxes, that is) from the current year’s offerings. How to sort everything out? Here’s some help.
Low-wage employees have initiated a class-action lawsuit in Pennsylvania against their employer, alleging that they were forced to receive their wages via paycards, thus incurring fees for accessing their pay. The lawsuit asks the employer to pony up for those fees. Don’t get caught in a similar situation.
The growing use of tablet computers and other personal technology has led to a slew of productivity apps for busy professionals. Ironically, the proliferation of so many timesaving tools is making people less efficient.