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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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Qualified small employers that offer health reimbursement accounts, but no other major medical plan to employees, don’t have to worry about the Affordable Care Act’s excise tax on group plans that don’t meet the market reform provisions. But contributions may be taxable and subject to withholding.

It can be hard to do your job well if your boss is micromanaging you. Deal with it like this.

When multiple people are working on the same project, it’s possible toes will be stepped on. Here’s some advice for resolving the conflict.

If you’re nervous about taking time off from your job, Caroline Ceniza-Levine, writing at Forbes, offers these suggestions.

Name/SSN mismatch: Short circuiting a creditor garnishment ... Are we allowed to deduct for lost security badges?

You discover that your boss is doing something wrong, although not illegal. What should you do?

It’s getting so we don’t dare even print the word “multi-tasking” since it’s been getting such a bad rap recently. Scott Eblin shares how you can identify less important priorities.

Hallie Warner, executive assistant and chief of staff to Adam Hergenrother of Adam Hergenrother Cos., says the most rewarding part of the job is working for a dynamic business leader.

It’s in the company’s interest to prevent employees from passing their germs around. You can encourage employees who come down with the flu to stay home, but you must stay within the guidelines set by the Fair Labor Standards Act.

There’s a learning curve when you do so, even if you’re in the same position. Here’s some advice.

The IRS is extending the time you have to provide employees with Forms 1095-C/1095-B to March 4, 2019.

If you have a rock-star colleague and the bosses seem to love her, it can be hard not to feel a little jealous. How do you stop envy from ruining your work when you feel like you can’t measure up to co-workers?

There are approximately 40 million people living with anxiety in the U.S., and if you’re one of the sufferers, you know that it can interfere with your work. Here are some coping strategies.

Panicky phone calls to the Payroll department from employees who lost their original W-2s are about as predictable as the sun rising in the east. You need a strategy for dealing with the reissued W-2 process.

Sifting through email can eat up hours of your day, and it’s likely not productive work. Jessica Stillman, writing at Inc., suggests these programs to help you manage your email.

The earlier you fix errors on your W-2s, the less you’ll pay in penalties to the IRS.

Subject-verb agreement means you pair singular subjects with singular verbs and plural subjects with plural verbs. Basic subject-verb agreement comes naturally for most native English speakers, but certain combinations can trip up even seasoned writers. Some tips.

Forming strong bonds with other people is good for our creativity, resilience and longevity. Compassion in the workplace can help you form stronger personal bonds with your colleagues. Keep these tips in mind.

Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.

You need to be careful when writing up employees for disciplinary reasons. To protect yourself and the organization, follow these guidelines when documenting employee discipline.

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