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Office Management

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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Employees’ road in seeking to sue their employers for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act just got substantially rockier, thanks to two U.S. Supreme Court decisions issued at the end of the 2017-2018 term. Here are the highlights.
In the 21st century, we have so many ways to communicate. The only way to develop a sure confidence you’re using the right method is to study the mediums of communication, the purpose and the relationships.
Summer is the perfect time to perform simple payroll housekeeping tasks. Here are some items you can check off your to-do list.
Sharon Florentine writes at CIO that failing to build your own brand means one will get created without your input, which may not be one that you like. She offers tips to help.
Here’s your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
Employees usually accrue vacation hours every pay period or every month, that is, ratably. But there’s another option—providing all of employees’ vacation hours at once after they qualify for it, or cliff vesting it.
Employee lawsuits often use personnel files as evidence of wrongdoing by employers. Here we answer some FAQs about organizing personnel files.
For each one of the behaviors below that you’re guilty of, give yourself a point. Oh, but don’t get happy if you start racking them up—each one is a sign you may be doing too much.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act repeals the deduction for alimony for couples who divorce, beginning in 2019. That’s putting a lot of pressure on couples to get their ducks in a row this year. And it also means that you may be facing an onslaught of qualified domestic relations orders, or QDROs.
It sounds like mission impossible: ensuring that your boss has time for priority work and that he or she never arrives late for a meeting. But you wield much more control than entering appointments on a calendar and reminding the boss what's coming on the schedule. Help the days flow smoothly by building and managing the calendar better. Here's how…
Sometimes it’s unavoidable: You’ve just got to have your child with you in the office to get past a spot where there’s no caregiver available. Here’s how to handle it.
Taxable or not: Flat-dollar reimbursements? ... What’s a reasonable reimbursement?
Make sure you have job descriptions for all employees’ positions. Then keep those descriptions updated whenever the duties change.
Parth Misra, writing at Entrepreneur, offers some tips for productivity when you can’t predict the future.
No sooner had IRS Letter 226J hit applicable large employers’ mailboxes informing them that they may be liable for a free-rider penalty, than questions regarding the validity of this penalty assessment arose. The IRS has now answered its critics, but whether that answer is sufficient is a different story.
Corinne Hoisington, professor of Information Systems Technology, points us to a handful of helpful apps and software programs.
Employees who are members of the National Guard or Reserves are heroes. Here’s what you need to do to ensure they are paid properly while they are serving the country.
You’ve probably worked with one before and will have to again, so Chrissy Scivicque offers this advice for dealing with a slacker.
Here are digests of recently released official announcements from the federal government.
Your options: You can either void uncashed checks or hold them open on your books. Hiccup: Banks generally won’t honor checks that are older than six months, so your employees won’t be happy either.
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