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Can you tell employees to cover up tattoos or piercings?
May 24, 2015
Technology and legal changes have made it more difficult to regulate employee conduct. And the lines have blurred between what's considered on-the-job versus off-the-job conduct. As a result, employers are confused about where --- and when --- they can put their foot down. Remember, you ARE the boss of your employees. So it's important to know your rights when it comes to managing and regulating their behavior --- both in and out of the workplace. Read More

Where do you go when you need help at work?
May 25, 2015
As an office manager, you do it all. Management, HR, office tech, administration, communications and so much more. You're the go-to person in the office. The one person the place can't function without. Everyone -- the boss, supervisors, assistants -- comes to you for help. And that's great ... but where can you go when YOU need something? Read More

How to write an employee handbook a jury will love
May 26, 2015
In today's litigious environment, your employee handbook is often the first place a plaintiff's lawyer will look to prove his case. In fact, employee handbooks were the major piece of evidence in 600 state cases and 200 federal cases just last year! But don't worry. This won't be you. Read More

Is there such a thing as 'bad profits'?
May 27, 2015
The point of a business is to make money. But revenue generated under negative circumstances brings with it some troubling baggage---and it'll likely bite you in the long run. "When companies benefit financially from a bad customer experience, those are bad profits," explains Jeff Sauro, author of Customer Analytics For Dummies. Examples: Customers have to pay the check at a restaurant after receiving terrible service, but they won't return. People pay a cable bill for 200 channels but watch fewer than 20. "Bad profits are like bad karma for companies," he adds. "Sure, you get the sale now, but the bad experience, price or product will come back to hurt you." Do you have bad profits? Read More

Top 5 ways managers can improve performance reviews
May 28, 2015
Performance review meetings can bring stress to both sides of the table. But it doesn't have to be that way. With the right planning by supervisors, the meeting can be a productive, stress-free event. Business Management Daily's Editorial Director Pat DiDomenico describes the top five things you can do to improve your performance reviews. Read More

Develop a culture to survive and thrive
May 29, 2015
To secure long-term survival in a complex and volatile world, you need to develop an organization with the ability to collectively adapt and continuously improve as one synchronized entity. Better information technology and more efficient structures for keeping daily efforts aligned with long-term goals won't be enough. Acting as one requires thinking as one. Read More

Outsourcing payroll? You need to know 5 things
May 30. 2015
Everyone wants a piece of you. Employees expect their paychecks to be correct all the time. The IRS expects your payroll taxes to be deposited on time and in the correct amount. And then there are those pesky quarterly 941 forms and those annual W-2s to file. That's a lot of work and you haven't even gotten to your own work, yet. The solution? Outsource your payroll operations to a third party. But you can't authorize any third party, like a payroll service provider, to handle your payroll unless you first sign Form 8655, Reporting Agent Authorization. Along with that form, your third party may also ask you to sign Form 8821, Tax Information Authorization. Caution: Don't sign forms blindly. Read More

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