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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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The IRS has now concluded that fixed indemnity plan benefits are fully taxable if the average amount employees receive predictably exceeds their after-tax contributions.

Smoking is not an entirely bad habit, writes Laura Vanderkam, who argues that taking smoke breaks minus the cigarettes is a habit everyone should adopt. Here’s why

Personal Finance Expert Liz Weston shares her favorite tips for saving money when you’re making money.

Some employers will soon be able to avoid the hefty penalties and double damages that usually result when the government discovers violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

There aren’t many personal situations that you’re legally required to reveal to your employer. Still, say experts, it’s usually a good idea to disclose personal situations that could affect your attendance or performance on the job.

If you ever have to get your boss to an important destination in the face of missed flights, Heather Wilde, writing at Inc., offers these tips.

The Department of Labor has announced the 2018 inflation adjustments to penalties for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act, the FMLA and ERISA.

Why not let the power of the internet’s search algorithms do your spell-checking for you?

Three questions we asked your fellow admins.

Day-of-rest laws, guaranteeing employees a day of rest on “the seventh day,” have been around for a long time. Under the old blue laws, that usually meant Sunday. But what does it mean now, when workweeks can begin and end on any day of the week?

If you’ve ever felt like you’ve had a great idea but no one seemed willing to get on board, it might be because of how you presented it. Karin Hurt offers these reasons why your ideas may be overlooked.

The moment you boot up your work computer is the moment when you should stop trusting any website. Here are four tips to check if a website is legit and safe.

While you’re probably not planning to speak in front of an arena full of people, even a presentation during an office meeting can seem daunting. Joy Loverde shares her tips for becoming a better speaker.

There are a lot of ways to say “because,” including “due to,” “since” and “as.” Bonnie Mills sorts out the best ways to use these words.

At the end of the regular season, come NCAA tournament time, college basketball teams don’t want to be on the bubble—maybe in The Big Dance, maybe out. Payroll pros don’t like being caught in the middle either. Take care of these items now to stay in control of your own destiny at work.

As office gatekeepers, dissuading aggressive salespeople is a challenge that many admins struggle with. Fellow admins offer their experience-tested tips for pushing back.

We’ve all heard how social media seems to be making us all just a little bit unhappier. Let’s all get on a “diet” of sorts.

When an argument breaks out during a meeting, work through it with this advice.

Of course you want the latest business tools for your department—things like new computers or payroll software. But other departments want new things, too, and there’s only so much money to go around. The best way to bolster your chances of getting what you want is by preparing cost projections and knowing the proper lingo as you make your case.

Research shows that sitting at a desk all day is bad for us, and sitting hunched over, cross-legged or twisted up is even worse. If you have to sit for a living, there’s a way to do it that will help your body make the best of it.

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