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Many workplaces have their share of part-time employees. And many managers view those folks as “different” from the full-time staff.
If you don’t feel like you have enough time in the day, it may be because you are using your time unwisely—not because you have an unrealistic workload. Break the following habits and you’ll become much more productive.
What do Barack Obama, Bill Gates and Brad Pitt have in common? All met their significant others at work. They’re also far from alone.
When the role of the administrative professional is augmented with new duties, it can be a good news/bad news situation. Accepting new roles, like SharePoint Administrator, is a great opportunity to grow your skills. However, if you’re sitting there, thinking, “But, I don’t know the first thing about being a SharePoint Administrator!” then here is a little help. You need three things to be in place to be an effective SharePoint Administrator.
Here are a few ways that simply being more present at work is the real key to optimal performance.
Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
Whenever employment tax specialist Mindy Mayo offers her latest webinar on expense reimbursements, we can expect a lively Q&A session, as the gray areas in the IRS’ expectations never stop coming. From recent sessions we’ve collected a handful of the most pertinent questions and Mindy’s responses to them.
Collaborating can help co-workers achieve many things, but if done incorrectly, it can tear groups apart, writes Elise Mitchell for SmartBlog on Leadership. Here are seven tips to make sure your collaborations are positive ones.
Payroll isn’t for the faint of heart. Between federal and state taxes, and federal and state wage and hour law, there’s a lot to worry about.
Under ERISA, you can’t use plan assets to promote social, environmental or other public policy causes—called economically targeted investments—at the expense of employees’ financial interests. Upshot: You can’t choose investment options based on those factors if employees would earn less on their investments. The Department of Labor (DOL) has issued an Interpretive Bulletin that balances […]