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2017 Workplace Trends To Look Out For

2017 workplace trends

Jan 31st, 2017 by TRAXPayroll

Trends in the workplace, like so many areas of life, are in a constant state of flux. Just a few of the changes which have been witnessed in the workplace during 2016 include overtime and salary, the elimination of yearly performance reviews, and the increasing desire for a workforce which is on-demand. Here are some 2017 workplace trends to watch for.

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Effective Ways To Build A Profitable Business

build a profitable business

Jan 26th, 2017 by TRAXPayroll

It takes extraordinary effort, time and patience to build a profitable business. Those who choose to run their own operation as opposed to working for someone else are few in number, and even fewer are actually successful. The path of the entrepreneur is one of the hardest, most arduous lifestyles an individual can lead, but the rewards for those that win are beyond words.

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Get Acquainted With The American Way Of Doing Business!

American way of doing business

Nov 10th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

Foreign expats who are doing business in the United States may notice a number of differences between U.S. business culture and the culture of their country of origin. This is true even for many European, Australian, or Canadian expatriates. Understanding the American way of doing business will make it easier to fit in and remain productive. Below are some things to bear in mind.

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How To Build A Stellar Staff Team

building staff team

Oct 11th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

Locating and recruiting the top workers for your staff team can be a challenging task. The job market has become increasingly competitive, and the gap in skills has become quite large. This environment requires employers to think strategically and in unorthodox ways to recruit the top talent, which will help them dominate their respective industries.

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Who Should Pay For Work-Related Travel Expenses?

work-related travel expenses

Oct 6th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

In many industries, it is common for employers to send employees on trips to perform work related tasks. At the same time, many employers are unaware of the nuances involved with work-related travel expenses, and when employees should be compensated accordingly. Below are some guidelines that employers should take into consideration when sending their employees on trips which incurs work-related travel expenses.

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Dear Employers, Are You Losing Money To Time Theft?

time theft losing money

Sep 29th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

Research indicates thattime theft is a serious issue which costs American businesses approximately $400 billion annually. There are many ways in which employees steal time and recognizing and responding to this problem requires taking proactive steps while enacting preventive measures and punishing those who do it.

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Can You Pay Employees In Cash?

pay employees cash

Sep 27th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

While it is perfectly acceptable to pay employees in cash, it has become less common due to the ease of electronic transactions. Furthermore, there are various challenges associated with the practice, particularly from the standpoint of payroll taxes.

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How To Deal With Workplace Bullying

workplace bullying

Sep 22nd, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

Workplace bullying is best described as the chronic mistreatment of workers either by their co-workers or management. This behavior is common and can significantly weaken the morale and productivity of employees as well as thecompany culture itself. Identifying workplace bullying and taking the steps to resolve it is extremely important.

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Are You Able To Cope With Workplace Emergencies?

how to deal with workplace emergencies

Sep 6th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

Emergencies can occur at any time and place, including work, and it is important to be prepared in advance. OSHA, or the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, has developed a series of regulations in regards to workplace emergencies, and each business is expected to create an action plan. These plans should be designed to allow for an organized response or evacuation in the event of a crisis.

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Great Work Habits To Develop For Startup Entrepreneurs

startup entrepreneur good work habits

Aug 25th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

Being a startup entrepreneur can be rewarding, but it will also be challenging. There are a variety of skills you’ll need to develop in order to succeed, and some will involve your work habits. As a business owner there are many issues you’ll have to deal with, and the way in which you handle them will determine your success or failure. Below are some skills you must develop at all costs.

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