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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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When faced with managing large volumes of paper documents, it’s only natural to think about scanning as a solution.
Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, exempt employees must be paid the same salary regardless of the quality or quantity of their work.

It doesn't take much for even the smallest and shortest meeting to go off the rails ... and even put a damper on the ones that come afterward.

We’ve all procrastinated before. Maybe you delayed starting a project or your exercise plan. Here are some anti-procrastination tips.
To-do lists have always been a go-to tool for staying on track and being productive, but constructing your lists in a certain way can kill your productivity.
There’s a lot to know before you hire a teen for a summer job.
The Department of Health and Human Services has released its final notice of benefit and payment parameters for the 2017 plan year and the Department of Labor has finalized changes to the summary of benefits and coverage template.
Carol Downing joined SurfTech as office manager in 2014 and has been learning about industrial coatings ever since.
Sometimes last-minute scheduling for company trips is the only option, but you should try to avoid it to save money.
There are a million distractions around us every day, and it can be hard to stay focused. Here are some tips that can make you more productive and eliminate distractions from your workday.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that employees at a meat processing plant may use statistical analyses to prove that they weren’t paid for their changing time in class action lawsuits brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Corporate gifts aren’t just for holidays.
Employees recording; fire protection; locked flash drives
A New York Times reporter had won a Pulitzer Prize and his first book was a best-seller, yet he wondered how some of his peers achieved even more.
States and the federal government are cracking down on payroll confidentiality policies.

Employees who quit aren’t eligible for unemployment compensation in Ohio. Yet the same employee who impetuously announces he’s had enough and won’t be back just might file for benefits anyway ...

June is wedding month, which means name changes for brides who take their husbands’ names and couples who hyphenate their new names.

Q. I’m a small employer that does not have a payroll department. Can you tell me what information I must include in each of my nonexempt employee’s file to keep it legal?

Memorial Day—the unofficial start to summer—just whizzed by, which means that employees will be scrambling to take vacation days, extending long weekends and otherwise causing havoc with scheduling. Or maybe not.
As if you didn’t have enough to worry about with withholding and reporting taxes, federal appellate courts have recently chimed in on whether and how ERISA, the federal benefits law, applies to severance pay policies.
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