Help your company maximize its business deductions by keeping comprehensive records of travel, entertainment and gift expenses. Keep your records organized in a diary or a statement of expenditures, supported by documentary evidence. Documentary evidence ordinarily is considered adequate if it discloses the amount, date, place and essential character of the expense.
Professional office etiquette isn’t as simple as it once was. Now there’s email etiquette, office meeting etiquette, and more.
Business Management Daily’s business etiquette tips will help you main professional etiquette at all times. Our office etiquette tips will help you put your best foot forward.
With spring training upon us, you may have lined up season tickets for the local baseball team. However, you won’t be able to deduct any expenses if you use the tickets personally. Strategy: Arrange to take clients or prospects out to the ballpark. You can write off the cost of the tickets plus other out-of-pocket expenditures.
Tempers are flaring at work more often these days. About half of U.S. workers report yelling at a colleague this year, reports the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. How should you handle a co- worker’s “desk rage”?
“Could I ask you to repeat your name one more time?” Admins who hate asking that question may fear that they come across as incompetent or unprofessional. The truth, though, is that they just want to get it right. Here are top tips from other admins on handling on-the-phone situations.
Pamela Stoney worked as a sales manager for Atlanta-based Cingular Wireless (subsequently AT&T) in Colorado. After the company fired her for insubordination, Stoney filed a complaint with the Colorado Civil Rights Division, claiming age and gender discrimination and retaliation ...
Q. The limit on business gifts seems too low. Can it be avoided by giving a gift to the entire company?
Send the right message with your e-mail sign-off by “mirroring,” says Judith Kallos, creator of
People traditionally pack on extra pounds during the Thanksgiving-to-Christmas string of holiday parties and office functions. Here's one key rule for holiday partygoers.
Some employees can tolerate coworkers’ swearing and rude behavior, but don’t even dream of touching their ham sandwiches.