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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act shuts down write-offs for corporate employees, but what about home office deductions for the unincorporated?
Struggling with worker retention? Turn to an often untapped group for insight—people who remain with a company throughout their career.
The EEOC has reached a $975,000 settlement with two IHOP franchises in Illinois over allegations that management turned a blind eye to sexual harassment directed at teenage employees.
A good night’s sleep helps with job performance, but do you know just how much sleep really counts? Here are the top warning signs you need more than a nap, courtesy of Nectar.
Make sure to document a worker’s performance decline to protect your company if you fire the worker and he or she sues alleging discrimination.
Do you think you’ve acquired enough wisdom to make it through all 10 of these questions without a single slipup?
As a result of a provision in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the rollover distribution rules are now more relaxed for rollovers of defaulted loans resulting from plan terminations or a participant’s failure to repay a loan upon severance from employment.
Here are some of the common contributors to employee burnout, and how you can work to prevent it.
Many people, including those in leadership positions, tend to overthink things. My grandfather, fortunately was not one of them. I’ve codified the wisdom Grandpa Charlie passed down to me, and a glimpse of this knowledge is here. It’s a set of strategies leaders should remind themselves of from time to time.
Here are eight ways to immediately stop talking and start listening, from Stacey Hanke, founder and communication expert of Stacey Hanke Inc. and the author of Influence Redefined: Be the Leader You Were Meant to Be.
When we watch a puppy push its head forward eagerly at the promise of being scratched by a caring hand, guess what? We're watching ourselves. Walking around in a $400 suit doesn't make us want that gentle head scratch any less.
If a worker refuses to accept an offered accommodation, the employer is free to end the accommodations process—which may even mean the employee loses her job.
Does just the thought of negotiating make you nervous? Follow these 10 tips for a successful—and—stress-free negotiation.
With low unemployment and a growing GDP, Americans are feeling much more comfortable about the economy. Yet a concerning trend lurks underneath an otherwise booming economy: slow wage growth.
Well-written performance goals help energize employees and point them in right direction. But some managers and HR pros have trouble finding the right words. Here are 10 phrases to adapt, from 2600 Phrases for Setting Effective Performance Goals by Paul Falcone.
E-Verify complements the Form I-9 process for employment eligibility verification. Heads up: According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, which runs both programs, its E-Verify Monitoring and Compliance function may contact you regarding your I-9 forms.
Tips for keyboard navigation, autofilling, creating duplicate worksheets, sizing and selecting data.
The National Labor Relations Board last year overturned an established standard for determining if workplace rules comply with the National Labor Relations Act. Now the NLRB has issued a memorandum providing employer guidance.
Different employees crave different things from their managers. Here’s practical advice you can give the bosses in your organization. You’ll help them focus on the managerial qualities that matter most to employees—and forget about the window dressing workers don’t care about.
“Rather than try to get people to move to your preferred communication platform, go to theirs!” explains leading networking expert Ivan Misner, Ph.D.
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