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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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Love is not all that newlyweds need. If employees who tie the knot change or hyphenate their last names, they may also need new Social Security cards that reflect their married names.

While everyone has their own methods for staying organized, there are some common traits highly organized people share. Here are some traits you can adopt to become more organized.
The IRS will almost always abate a first-time penalty for failing to deposit payroll taxes, but you must have established a good track record beforehand.
This chart depicts what you must do with an employer's leftover vacation upon termination.
The nearly two million Girl Scouts continually find clever ways of tempting us with their delicious cookies each spring. Their tactics are so good you can use some of their business savvy in your own career.
How many ways are there for you to electronically sign payroll returns that will allow your third party to e-file on your behalf? At least two, according to newly revised Forms 8879-EMP and 8453-EMP.
You’ve probably experienced back pain if you sit at a desk all day. The American College of Physicians has updated its guidelines on treating back pain.
Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
If a co-worker frequently interrupts you or asks for things that are well outside of your work focus, show her it’s not the fastest way to get things done.
Before you take the leap into PTOs, two private letter rulings from the IRS may temper your enthusiasm for them by dredging up the dreaded concept of constructive receipt.
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