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Everyone agrees? Uh-oh!

For three months, James Reinertsen grappled with a tough question: Should we restructure the company? Everyone enthusiastically agreed they should combine forces and form a tight system. Yet in the weeks that followed, problems erupted.

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IRS stands pat on Bitcoin

Although Bitcoin isn’t “mainstream” yet—far from it—the tide appears to be slowly turning. Even if you’re not using this virtual currency or others like it for yourself or your business, it may have touched your life in one way or another.

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In the Payroll Mailbag …

Gift cards from HR … Fixing three years’ worth of miscalculated benefits

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Advice to United: Add a zero

What to do in a situation where it’s obvious your company screwed up royally?

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4 unintentionally sexist phrases

You may not know it—or agree with it—but the following statements can be deemed as sexist, so it’s best to not say them to women at work.

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Big bucks for harassment, plus attorneys’ fees

A New York State appeals court has concluded that a state trooper who suffered sexual harassment over a period of almost 15 years is entitled to more than just the usual damages. Her attorneys’ fees will be paid separately, leaving the jury award intact for the trooper alone.

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Carefully document how you decided to terminate

The decision to fire an employee doesn’t usually happen overnight. It’s typically a gradual process. Be sure you can show exactly when and how you made the termination decision.

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Overheard at SHRM: Highlights from the Annual HR-palooza

This year, America’s largest annual gathering of HR professionals rolled south to the Big Easy, as 15,145 HR and business leaders attended the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) conference in New Orleans from June 18-21. Here are some of the leading thoughts from the dozens of thought leaders at the podiums:

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Employers boosting benefits to woo talent

Nearly one-third of organizations increased their overall benefits in the last 12 months in an effort to stand out as employers of choice in today’s competitive recruiting environment.

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Project confidence without blandness

It’s necessary to promote yourself as competent and confident in your job, but beware of turning people off with exaggerations. Here’s how to avoid sounding arrogant when you’re trying to sound confident.

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Organizing in Google Drive

It’s easy to just keep shoveling files to Google Drive, but there are many organizational tools to help you store and find your files more easily.

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