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There are a lot of worries that come with life on the road and one of the most common today is the fear of bringing home bed bugs, says Forbes contributor and frequent traveler Katie Kelly Bell. Getting rid of a bed bug infestation can cost hundreds of dollars, but bed bug elimi­­nation professionals ThermaPro have advice for keeping them out in the first place.

Budget woes forced the U.S. Postal Service to announce recently that it will stop delivering letters and other mail on Saturdays. And new postal rate increases took effect on Jan. 27. But smart mailing tactics can still save your company money on postage.

The best meetings don’t happen by accident. For Al Pittampalli, author of Read This Before Our Next Meeting, the key to worthwhile meetings is to distribute relevant material to participants ahead of time, and hold them accountable for reading the content.

Administrative assistant could continue to be the top job for women in 2020, according to CNN Money.

Despite plenty of new high-tech options, good old-fashioned paper time sheets remain the most popular way to record how many hours employees work, according to a recent HR Specialist poll.
Daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m., March 10. Graveyard-shift workers, there­­fore, will actually work only seven hours that day.

Mastering leadership is about learning to be your true self and living that way all the time. So how can you cultivate leadership habits into your job and personal life, and make them important?

If you’re still tracking your time for projects or clients with a spreadsheet, it’s time to transition to a modern tool, program or application such as one of these suggested by columnist Lindsay Olson.

Natural disasters can bring business to a standstill. It’s critical to maintain redundant systems to avoid losing payroll records and preserve the ability to issue paychecks.
Q. Some of our employees punch in 30 minutes before their shifts are scheduled to begin, and by doing so, they’re racking up overtime. They’ve been told many times not to do this, but they don’t listen. Do we have to pay them for the time after they clock in but before their shifts begin?
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