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A new boss can introduce a lot of new elements to your work life, such as a new leadership style, a new way of communicating and new expectations. Career coach Joyce E.A. Russell offers these tips to help you cut through your anxiety and start adjusting to your new reality.

You can burn about 40 calories an hour just by standing, according to a new study at the University of Chester in the U.K.
Get the most out of your breaks ... Practice “mind over mattress” to become a productivity super­­star ... Identify flights with Wi-Fi.
Poorly written notes from a meeting may result in confusion over who is supposed to do what moving forward. To keep assignments clear and concise, follow these tips.
When employees complain that they have too much work to do or that they’re wasting time on meaningless tasks, do your best to eliminate unnecessary jobs. However, also establish a plan for how employees will use the newfound time—so that they aren’t wasting it.
Research shows that half of all people who make New Year’s resolutions abandon them by the end of June. Don’t let warm weather signal the undoing of your goals. Here are eight rules to help you.
NOTE: 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.
Regardless of what you call it, tips are amounts customers willingly determine and leave of their own accord; service charges, sometimes called automatic tips, are added to the bill. Tips are taxable when employees report them to their employers; service charges are immediately taxable. The IRS will begin enforcing this rule on Jan. 1, 2014.
Learn how to budget your cognitive resources with these tips from Harvard economics professor Sendhil Mullainathan.
Question: Employees have three retirement incentives from which to choose: The company picks up their health benefit contributions for three years, they can take a lump-sum payment that equals our single premium rate for up to three years or they can keep their current health benefits and get a prorated cash payout. What’s reportable on their W-2s?
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