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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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Try this the next time you’re in a situation where the choice is either to stand awkwardly in a corner or go up to someone and start chatting.
Brackets for Payroll mean tax brackets, not the betting sheets for March Madness college basketball playoffs. Now that you’ve finished with 2016 year-end, it’s time to turn back to items that fell through the cracks.
While you made it through the hiring process, day one presents a whole new set of challenges that can cause anxiety among new employees.
Traveling for business can be one giant headache after another, especially if you’re new at it. Here’s some advice for streamlining the process from regular business travelers.
Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
Here are some examples of negative messages your eyes can send and what you can do to improve your messages.
A federal trial court ruled that an employer violated Title VII when it denied a job based solely on a false Social Security number.
Joe Staples, writing at Martech Advisor, offers some suggestions to alleviate email interruptions for you and your co-workers.
These not only look good, they go to work to make the air in your workplace a little fresher.
When your relationship with your boss is bad, you do have some power to make the situation better.
The new safe harbor for de minimis errors on W-2s and 1099s gets its first test drive with forms filed this year. But, according to the IRS, it’s payees who are in the driver’s seat.
Ever given someone instructions for completing a task, only to have her do something totally different? Follow these guidelines for more clarity.
You can keep your performance up when you’re dealing with tough situations outside your job.
Mignon Fogarty of Grammar Girl offers some tips for instances where using one of the two may be the better option.
Are Uber and Lyft tax-free commuting options? ... Is home internet access taxable?
Chelsea Andrade, the administrative assistant for Geek Powered Studios in Austin, Texas, wears so many hats that she has jokingly given herself the title executive administrative office assistant.
For 2017, penalties for failing to file correct W-2s, 1095s and 1099s, or to provide recipients with correct statements, increase.
A good thank-you note can tip the scales in your favor. So how do you write a good thank-you note to your interviewer?
February is the apex of flu season, which means employees will be calling in sick. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has a lot to say about your sick time policies.
Communication skills at work are essential if you want to have your ideas heard or have co-workers who are comfortable sharing ideas with you.
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