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Who’s there to organize the office organizer? Business Management Daily helps admins with dealing with bosses, records retention, and other key tasks.

We provide thousands of articles to help admins and office management staff through better meeting management, improved time management, and much more.

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First, the good news: The economy finally looks like it is on stable footing, and employers are hiring. Now, the bad news: With the job market heating up, HR is once again getting creative with the company’s benefits offerings.
Sometimes you simply have to trim your list. Keep these things in mind.
There’s always one in every office … maybe two. Or three.
That’s what one reader asked recently on the Admin Pro Forum. Experts offered their take on the issue.
Here are digests of some recently released official announcements from various federal government agencies.
So you don’t feel like opening that onerous spreadsheet. That’s OK. Try these idle activities.
A second pair of eyes is always ideal, but having to apply your skills without a safety net will always happen at some point.
You discovered that, inadvertently, the proper amount of income taxes wasn’t withheld from an employee’s pay last year. You’re inclined to file Form 941-X to fix the error. Not so fast: Whether you can correct this error on a 941-X depends on whether the error is administrative.
Elaine Glusac, writing at The New York Times, offers these examples of data-driven travel planners.
For us personally at Administrative Professional Today, that topic is algebra. But just for argument’s sake, how would we face it if we had to? When confronted with such an onerous subject, take these routes.
Next meeting covering a divisive issue? Get employees’ feedback well before it starts.
Before you deploy the search and rescue over a tightly scheduled project that seems like it will never cross the finish line, remember these tips when scheduling more work around it.
Admin Amanda Martin says being part of a small, dedicated staff makes her feel like she’s truly a contributing voice in the organization at the Tempe History Museum in Arizona.
Under the timely mailing rule, if an item is postmarked by the Postal Service on the day it is due, the IRS or a court will consider it timely filed, even if they never receive it. The Tax Court, however, didn’t apply the rule to a postmark from a private meter. It ruled that court papers weren’t timely filed, even though the envelope bore a timely postmark from a private meter.
You make a mistake, or even just become the victim of a misconception, and suddenly responsibilities are taken away from you. Not fair, right? Respond this way.
Stress is often best dealt with by doing a little research in advance of its arrival. Consider these tips.
Payroll routinely administers the tax code; that’s what withholding is all about. Now, the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case this term that will determine whether, under tax code Section 7212(a), taxpayers need to know that they’re under investigation before they can be accused of corruptly obstructing or impeding the due administration of the tax code.
If there’s a skill you’d like to acquire, chances are there’s an online course for you. Microlearning lets you focus on particular knowledge without having to enroll in a semester-long class.
The key to saving money on travel, predictably, is getting really good with your deep online searches. Here are some tips.
Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
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