Office Management

Who’s there to organize the office organizer? Business Management Daily helps admins with dealing with bosses, records retention, and other key tasks.

We provide thousands of articles to help admins and office management staff through better meeting management, improved time management, and much more.

In a fast-paced environment, team leaders may find that multi-tasking leads to multiple headaches, not greater productivity. But often it's necessary to work on tomorrow's projects before you're done with today's. Here's what Sean and Jackie did:
Issue: Can a small organization point to its size as a valid reason to deny jury-duty leave?
Risk: State law exemptions won't necessarily protect you from this type of lawsuit. ...
Would you think less highly of male applicants because they took leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)? Your first answer may be "No," but a new study suggests ...

Surveys show that more small businesses are using e-mail as a marketing and advertising tool. The obvious reasons: no printing or mailing costs, and customers can click on an embedded Web address and buy instantly.

Take advantage of free energy audits from utilities and government groups, which are more plentiful for small businesses these days.

A single, desktop in-box takes up valuable space, plus important papers can become lost in the stack.

If your office burns money by lighting unoccupied work areas, look into motion detectors.

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A well-prepared agenda can make all the difference in making meetings productive. Some pointers:
The Federal Trade Commission estimates more than 27 million Americans became victims of identity theft in the past five years. Check your practices against those below to decide whether you’re doing all you should to protect your colleagues, clients—and yourself—from identity theft at work. __ If I must ask clients for personal information, I do […]