Anyone who has ever held an office job can attest to the truth of the statement “high school never ends.” But rumors started in the workplace are usually far more than dangerous than study hall gossip.
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Uttering some of these phrases may leave you red-faced; others could be corporate suicide.
Employers should be wary of assuming that their employees have a grasp of the ins and out of their dental benefits, says this study.
It’s never pleasant when a manager has to say to an employee, “We have to let you go,” but uttering any of these thoughtless phrases can make it exponentially worse.
At the very least, most employers peek at a candidates’ social networking profile in the selection process. So what turns them off the most?
You know they’re really at the beach (or the mountains or their own backyard), but they have to offer some excuse why they won’t be making it into the office that day. Here are some of the craziest.
Now’s a good time to check in and assess your finance staffers’ job satisfaction. Because about one in four employees plans to look for a new job after the pandemic. That’s according to Prudential Financial’s Pulse of the American Worker Survey. The post-pandemic perspective So why do so many people want to jump ship? Many are […]
Now’s the time of year when all the annual top 10 lists start appearing. Here’s one that impacts your business.
Deciding to self-insure your medical benefit is no easy task.
It’s a hard thing to admit … that your work culture may be toxic. But identifying the symptoms and finding the antidotes for them can quickly improve morale, engagement, retention and productivity. Let’s get started.
You’re probably still eating those Thanksgiving leftovers, but it’s time to shift into holiday mode.
Think you know the signs when a Finance staffer’s about to quit — having lots of doctor appointments, showing up in a suit, etc.? Well, according to new research, the cues that someone is about to jump ship are much subtler.
Employees are realizing just how much money they have left in their flexible spending account (FSA) for this year.
The hectic 1099 season is fast approaching, and filing deadlines will be here before your finance team knows it.
OK, everyone knows the pace in the office tends to slow a bit during the dog days of summer. People take vacation and almost everyone seems a little more easygoing.
In case you didn’t have enough on your to-do list for 2010, the feds just added to it.