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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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You feel you've almost got minute-taking down, but there's still that tiny flutter of apprehension going into a meeting. See if our Q&A soothes your mind.
If misclassified workers pay their income and self-employment taxes, you’re off the hook for the income taxes you didn’t withhold and likewise for both the employer and employee portions of FICA (but penalties may still apply).
When you withhold taxes from employees’ pay, you’re administering the tax code. The U.S. Supreme Court has now given you some breathing room. It ruled that you can’t be criminally liable for obstructing the due administration of the tax code unless you’re aware of, or can reasonably foresee, a pending proceeding, such as an audit.
If we could instantly put you in any job right now, what would it be? ... Can something that happens at work ruin your entire evening, or do you compartmentalize effectively? ... Have you been able to find real meaning in your work? What keeps you coming back?
Glitches in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act began bubbling to the surface almost the minute it was signed into law. Although there are higher priority items that need clarification and correction, one little-noticed provision may have an outsized impact on 401(k) plans that allow employees to take hardship distributions.
Are employees’ business entertainment expenses taxable? ... What are the rules for reimbursing employees’ home internet access?
Sophie Miles, CEO of QuotesAdvisor.com, shares her method for staying motivated and focused.
Linda Adams of the Trispective Group writes that gossip has the power to dismantle even the best teams and keep good teams from becoming truly great. To stop its encroachment, take these three steps.
Before getting lost in daydreams about the lazy days of summer, start working with your colleagues in the payroll department to anticipate some of the headaches that accompany holidays and vacation time off.
Being summer-savvy means planning how to handle summer hires, their paperwork and their questions. Instead of seeing red, use this checklist to bring order to the summer hiring process.
Sometimes the difference between getting ahead as an admin instead of just spinning your wheels is a matter of knowing who you are … and being willing to accept yourself as an imperfect machine that isn’t quite finished.
When you leave a job with an organization, your responsibility to that company doesn’t completely end on your last day, says Cheryl Hyatt of Hyatt-Fennell, an executive search firm.
There are many things you miss out on by having everything you want appear instantly, Dianne Wilson writes.
Can you steer employees to paycards instead of checks or direct deposit? Yes, but you can’t require them.
Admins answer questions about technology, advice and what’s for lunch.
When the chance arises to negotiate your compensation package, says Cory Klupfer, entrepreneur and author of Authentic Negotiating, avoid these three pitfalls.
Under the Affordable Care Act’s federal poverty line safe harbor, group health benefits are affordable during the 2019 plan year if employees don’t pay more than $102.63 a month.
Here are the topics that make people feel queasy when you discuss them at work, according to a survey, ranked by the percentage of people who said, “Please don’t talk about that!”
Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.

Final regulations now allow the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation to accept transfers made by terminating 401(k) plans if you can’t find former employees, but need to make distributions to them on account of the plan’s termination.

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