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5 Important Lessons Adam Grant Can Teach HR

5 Important Lessons Adam Grant Can Teach HR

by Rachel Bolsu @ Namely: Blog

Here’s what we can learn from one of the most influential management thinkers and HR Redefined’s keynote speaker.

do I need to give interviewers a great reason for why I’m looking to leave my current job?

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I’m looking to leave my current position. I’ve been lucky enough to receive positive responses on informational interviews I’ve gone on and applications I’ve sent out so far, but I’m curious about how important it is to have a great “reason” to want to leave for something else. I enjoy the industry […]

do I need to give interviewers a great reason for why I’m looking to leave my current job? was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

Where is my direct deposit?

Where is my direct deposit?


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Chime never holds direct deposits and will always post your funds as soon as we receive them from your employer or benefits provider. The timing of your deposit is dependent on when your employer (...

Will the Courts Accept a Jury Duty Excuse Letter If You’re in a Pinch?

by Rachel Gray @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

Sometimes, you or your employees’ personal responsibilities conflict with your business. For many small businesses, if you miss work or lose an employee for an extended period of time, there can be harmful effects on productivity in the workplace. But if you or an employee are called in for jury duty, you might not have […]

The post Will the Courts Accept a Jury Duty Excuse Letter If You’re in a Pinch? appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

open thread – March 16-17, 2018

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

It’s the Friday open thread! The comment section on this post is open for discussion with other readers on anything work-related that you want to talk about. If you want an answer from me, emailing me is still your best bet*, but this is a chance to talk to other readers. * If you submitted […]

open thread – March 16-17, 2018 was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

Why You Don't Get Your Direct Deposit On Weekend | LRRCU

Why You Don't Get Your Direct Deposit On Weekend | LRRCU


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Frustrated because you don't receive your direct deposit on holidays and weekends? We're telling you the reasons why.

is “secretary” a demeaning title?

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I work in the tree care industry at a company where the hierarchy is the owner and manager (“Will”), his assistant on the field providing estimates, then me, the owner’s secretary, then the tree workers (who have their own hierarchy). I work in the office by myself taking calls from clients for […]

is “secretary” a demeaning title? was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

I’m afraid to show any weakness at work

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I’m a director at my company, responsible for four staff members and my own department. I have been in this director role for about 16 months, and prior to this I was an assistant director responsible for two people … but I had someone above me who shaped the department and basically […]

I’m afraid to show any weakness at work was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

What Does Pay Frequency Mean?

by Michele Bossart @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

When you have employees, you need to run payroll so they can receive their wages. Before paying employees, you need to decide on a pay frequency. Your industry, the number of employees you have working for you, the type of workers you have, and legal requirements determine your pay frequency. But first, what does pay […]

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should I point out job applicants’ mistakes to them?

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I supervise a summertime internship program at my job, which attracts mainly college-age applicants. A huge component of the internship is attention to detail. This week I received five applications for the internship. Three of those have included detail errors, some minor and some major. For example: 1. The first applicant stated […]

should I point out job applicants’ mistakes to them? was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

my employee works from home too much

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

This week on the Ask a Manager podcast, I talk with a manager who gives her staff a lot of flexibility when it comes to working from home, and she’s concerned one employee is using that flexibility in a way that isn’t quite working for their team. Here’s the letter she sent to me, and you […]

my employee works from home too much was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

I hate the idea of networking — it feels slimy

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I’m a college student, so I’m very early in my professional career, but so far I’ve already had trouble overcoming my aversion/distaste/ineptitude for networking. I’ve only done one summer internship, but I’m always hearing that the only real way to get jobs and find success professionally is through “networking”—a challenge for me, […]

I hate the idea of networking — it feels slimy was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

my coworker keeps cooking for me, colleague tried to steal from a bereavement fund, and more

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go… 1. My office gave out thank-you gifts … with strings and deadlines I work for a private firm in a very deadline-driven business. We are extremely busy now and are having a stressful year because we are short on staff. A few days ago the professionals […]

my coworker keeps cooking for me, colleague tried to steal from a bereavement fund, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

will it hurt me to apply for multiple jobs at the same company?

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I’ve been trying to start a career at the entry-level in a difficult industry to break into for quite some time. I wasn’t as tenacious as I should have been in my initial round of applications nearly a year ago, but now I’m finally ready to jump on every listing that fits […]

will it hurt me to apply for multiple jobs at the same company? was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

7 Habits That Will Help You Lead a More Successful and Productive Life

by Due.com @ Chime Banking

Regardless what path in life you’re on, your habits will dictate your success. They can empower you to achieve your goals just as easily as they can derail you. That said it’s just as important to focus on maintaining good habits as it is to rid yourself of the bad ones. In this article we’ll cover […]

The post 7 Habits That Will Help You Lead a More Successful and Productive Life appeared first on Chime Banking.

How to Calculate a Raise

by Rachel Gray @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

Employees have money on their minds. According to a Gallup poll, 59% of employees were not completely satisfied with their current pay. And, one SHRM survey found that 44% of respondents said they would leave their job to make more money elsewhere. To avoid losing their top employees, many businesses offer pay raises. Learn why employee […]

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Financing A New Home: Answering Homebuyer Questions

by Kara Vincent @ LRRCU

Finding the perfect new home can be hard work, but now you also have to navigate the mortgage financing process. There are many questions that arise when it comes to financing a new home. Below we’re answering four questions about financing a new home that homebuyers commonly ask. 1. Should I Be Pre-Qualified or Pre-Approved? […]

The post Financing A New Home: Answering Homebuyer Questions appeared first on LRRCU.

5 Ways Learning & Development Drives ROI

5 Ways Learning & Development Drives ROI

by Emily Smul @ Namely: Blog

Employee development matters. Here’s how to take your program to the next level.

my boss told me to quit or be fired

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: For the last six months, I’ve essentially been on “probation” with my supervisor, determining if this manager role is a good fit for me. His conclusion is that I do not possess the skills necessary for this role. Instead of terminating my employment, they offered me another position – a demotion to […]

my boss told me to quit or be fired was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

should I work for a tiny organization?

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: My husband works in the public school system (not a teacher) and is considering a job offer with a one-person nonprofit. He and the CEO will be the only employees aside from volunteers. He’d be working virtually and he hasn’t negotiated the offer yet, but I thought I’d ask you and your […]

should I work for a tiny organization? was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

Martina Hopkins – Motivation

by chrpes @ Oasis Outsourcing

Oasis Insights Martina Hopkins, Senior Director, Major Accounts What motivates you professionally? “Collaborating with others to improve service delivery.  Providing stretch assignments to my team and empowering them to excel.”

my old boss still assigns me work, coworker doesn’t wash her hands when leaving the bathroom, and more

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

It’s four answers to four questions. Here we go… 1. My old boss is still assigning me work Recently I came back from FMLA leave to discover that my boss had been (willingly??) demoted and quickly replaced with an outside hire. It turns out I rather like the new boss. I am the lead assistant […]

my old boss still assigns me work, coworker doesn’t wash her hands when leaving the bathroom, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

I slept through an entire day of work

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I started a new senior position in a new city about two months ago and I was killing it. It was just such a great fit of the job matching my abilities- I moved several integral projects forward and took some business trips in my first few weeks. Everyone was saying it felt […]

I slept through an entire day of work was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

How to Save Money on Your Utility Bills

by Melanie Lockert @ Chime Banking

Do you cringe each month when you get your utility bills? When you see a super high bill, do you wonder what happened? We’ve all been there, and high bills for gas, electricity and cable can certainly put a dent in your bank account. But all is not lost. If you want to keep your […]

The post How to Save Money on Your Utility Bills appeared first on Chime Banking.

Kevin – Working at Oasis

by Marysol Hernandez @ Oasis Outsourcing

Oasis Insights Kevin Prince, Regional Service Director, Western Region What is the best thing about working at Oasis? “I enjoy working with a team of people who are committed to providing outstanding service. Many companies talk about providing great service, but I have seen the commitment here in many ways: the addition of the Field Service […]

The 10 Most Significant Obstacles Preventing Debt Elimination

by Due.com @ Chime Banking

Debt continues to be a problem among Americans of all ages and walks of life. In 2017, the total consumer debt among Americans rose 8.8 percent, to $3.827 trillion, setting a new record. The average household has a credit card balance of $15,654, and with total debts (including mortgages) of $131,431. With numbers consistently growing year over […]

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someone I’ve known for years lied to get me to hire someone terrible she wanted to get rid of

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: “Arya” and I were classmates in college. We were in the same year and did the same major. We’ve known each other for 16 years and have worked together twice; one time she was my manager and the other time I was hers. We often attend the same work-related conferences and exchange […]

someone I’ve known for years lied to get me to hire someone terrible she wanted to get rid of was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

coworker calls me his “work wife,” error in my offer letter, and more

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go… 1. My coworker calls me his “work wife” A couple of months ago, I joined a new team at work, in a role that is somewhat isolated from the rest of the group. So I was glad when another junior staff member who had joined the […]

coworker calls me his “work wife,” error in my offer letter, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

Direct Deposit 101

Direct Deposit 101


Namely: Blog

Getting paid on payday seems like magic. Here’s how our country’s preferred payment method really works.

Benefits of Direct Deposit to Employers and Employees

Benefits of Direct Deposit to Employers and Employees


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Over 60 percent of U.S. employees are paid by direct deposit. In this article, you'll learn why it's such a popular benefit, with details on how it saves money, adds convenience, and reduces your reliance on paper checks.

For employees: How to check the status of your direct deposit funds transfer

For employees: How to check the status of your direct deposit funds transfer


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Are you an employee of a business owner who uses Payroll by Wave? If you're paid by direct deposit, follow these instructions if you'd like to check the status of the transfer of your pay.You can ...

5 Creative Habits That Will Keep Your Finances On Track

by Ben Luthi @ Chime Banking

Improving your financial situation may seem as easy as saving more money and decreasing your expenses. But here’s the thing: if you want to see long-term improvements, you’ve got to first establish some good financial habits. This will help you both get on the right track and achieve your money goals. Financial habits are really […]

The post 5 Creative Habits That Will Keep Your Finances On Track appeared first on Chime Banking.

Should You Offer a Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plan?

by Mike Kappel @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

You know employees like employer-sponsored benefits. As an employer, offering benefits is advantageous for your business, too. A nonqualified deferred compensation plan is one type of benefit that both you and your employees can enjoy. Find out what a nonqualified deferred compensation plan is, why you might consider offering it, and how to set it […]

The post Should You Offer a Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plan? appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

Learn All About Direct Deposit

Learn All About Direct Deposit


The Balance

Direct deposit allows you to have your paycheck automatically deposited into your checking account. It is the easiest way to receive your money.

10 HR Mantras to Inspire Your Practice

10 HR Mantras to Inspire Your Practice

by Rachel Bolsu @ Namely: Blog

When times get tough, here are the words of wisdom that keep HR people resilient.

interview with a nanny for a famous psychic

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

Occasionally I do interviews here with people who have had particularly interesting jobs. Recently a commenter here mentioned that she used to be a nanny for a famous psychic, and I wanted to know more. She kindly agreed to be interviewed, and here’s our conversation. Note: This interview contains references to the interviewee’s spiritual beliefs, […]

interview with a nanny for a famous psychic was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

how can I stop resenting my friend who doesn’t have to work?

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I have a good friend, Arya, who has been taking some time off work for a few years now. Basically, she doesn’t need to work to get by like you and I do. Her spouse makes really good money at an international company, and his salary affords them a generous lifestyle of […]

how can I stop resenting my friend who doesn’t have to work? was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

an affair is causing work drama, I feel slighted by my work anniversary gift, and more

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go… 1. An affair and tons of drama at work I have worked for a small company in the midwest for about seven years. I generally like my job and I am good at it. About four years ago, we hired a salesperson named “Jane.” Her role […]

an affair is causing work drama, I feel slighted by my work anniversary gift, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

Direct Deposit Information and Forms | SunTrust Personal Banking

Direct Deposit Information and Forms | SunTrust Personal Banking


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Set up direct deposit with SunTrust and get faster access to your paychecks, social security benefits, and any other payments.

Do You Know About the 2017 Tax Filing Extension?

by Liz Oliver @ LRRCU

The date April 15 is probably as quickly recognizable to most Americans as July 4 or December 25. Traditionally recognized as Tax Day, it’s the deadline for filing your previous year’s tax return.  With one month to go, you may be feeling the pressure and scrambling to get the task completed in the remaining days.  But […]

The post Do You Know About the 2017 Tax Filing Extension? appeared first on LRRCU.

boss said she’d give me a great reference but she didn’t, jobs advertised for less than minimum wage, and more

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go… 1. My manager said she’d give me a great reference — but she didn’t After a second round interview with company A, I was asked to submit references. I typically would not include my current direct supervisor, who started working with my team six months ago, […]

boss said she’d give me a great reference but she didn’t, jobs advertised for less than minimum wage, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

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Learn How Direct Deposit Automates Payments and Saves Everybody Money

Learn How Direct Deposit Automates Payments and Saves Everybody Money


The Balance

Direct deposit automates payments and saves everybody money. See why it's popular and how you can use electronic payments.

I’m being mentored against my will by a dude who’s my peer

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I’ve been in my chosen career for about 10 years now. About three years into my career, I struck up a collegial friendship with someone who worked for a competitor. He’s maybe five years older than I am, but we were at a similar point in our careers. Fast forward to the […]

I’m being mentored against my will by a dude who’s my peer was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

win a copy of the new Ask a Manager book

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

Want to win a copy of the new Ask a Manager book? My publisher is giving away 25 free copies to readers of this site, and you can enter to win one here. Ask a Manager: How to Navigate Clueless Colleagues, Lunch-Stealing Bosses, and the Rest of Your Life at Work will be published by Random House/Ballantine on […]

win a copy of the new Ask a Manager book was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

Getting Out of Debt: You Can Do It and Here’s How to Get Started

by Liz Oliver @ LRRCU

Most goals or resolutions that people set for themselves are neglected within a few weeks. It’s likely that this happens because people set far-reaching goals for themselves and then lose momentum when they don’t see results right away. A perfect example of this is the financial goal that many people set for themselves: getting out […]

The post Getting Out of Debt: You Can Do It and Here’s How to Get Started appeared first on LRRCU.

How To Be Financially Smart At Any Age

by Kara Vincent @ LRRCU

  As you go through the stages of life what it means to be “financially smart” will change. A smart financial move when you’re approaching your 40s is not the same as a smart financial move for a 19-year-old in college. At 40, there are more things to consider when making decisions about your money, […]

The post How To Be Financially Smart At Any Age appeared first on LRRCU.

When Does Direct Deposit Go Through? | Patriot Software

When Does Direct Deposit Go Through? | Patriot Software


Payroll Tips, Training, and News

If you pay some employees via direct deposit, they might ask you when they will receive their wages. When does direct deposit go through?

Here’s How to Improve Your Credit Score Faster

by Paul Sisolak @ Chime Banking

Good things may come to those who wait, but time isn’t on your side if you’re struggling to raise your credit score quickly. More than 30 percent of Americans have poor credit, and if you’re one of them it can be hard to improve it. Many people aim for a credit-building secured credit card, but it could […]

The post Here’s How to Improve Your Credit Score Faster appeared first on Chime Banking.

how to answer job candidates’ questions about salary when I don’t have a range to provide

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I work in HR for a small company and typically am involved with the phone screen and in-person interview portion of the hiring process. During these phases, we are not provided any information with regard to salary. Our CEO generally provides that information to me upon hiring and handles determining pay rates […]

how to answer job candidates’ questions about salary when I don’t have a range to provide was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

coworkers talk about childbirth over lunch, employee is abusing candidate referrals, and more

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go… 1. My coworkers love talking about childbirth during lunch and it’s grossing me out My coworkers enjoy talking about childbirth at lunch. It seems like I can’t even eat my lunch without someone discussing a torn perineum. I’ve tried making jokes like “ha ha, I just […]

coworkers talk about childbirth over lunch, employee is abusing candidate referrals, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

Direct Deposit Into Your Savings To Trick Yourself Into Spending Less

Direct Deposit Into Your Savings To Trick Yourself Into Spending Less


Two Cents

You’ve probably heard the phrase pay yourself first. It’s a common method to ensure you meet your savings goals: when you get paid, save part of your paycheck before doing anything else with it. You can take this a step further by direct depositing your paycheck into your savings account.

This Is How Chime Gets You Paid Early

This Is How Chime Gets You Paid Early


Chime Banking

At Chime, we love hearing from our Members. Your feedback motivates us every day to design a bank account that helps you take better control of your finances and get ahead. We often hear that one of our

5 Facts About Women and Money for International Women’s Day

by Chelsea Brennan @ Chime Banking

Did you know that only 22% of U.S. women can answer three fundamental finance-related questions correctly? It’s sad but true. While women have made significant strides to close the gender gaps in education, employment, and even wealth, the gap in financial literacy is still glaring. But, in order to even begin bridging this gap, it’s important to understand that […]

The post 5 Facts About Women and Money for International Women’s Day appeared first on Chime Banking.

Answers to 18 Payroll Questions You Are Dying to Ask

by Rachel Gray @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

For some business owners, running payroll might be like learning a foreign language. You are a master of your business idea, not the administrative responsibilities that come with it. Because you might not be familiar with these responsibilities, you might have some payroll questions. Payroll questions and answers When you become an employer, you need […]

The post Answers to 18 Payroll Questions You Are Dying to Ask appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

Correcting Employment Taxes: What to Do If You Withhold the Wrong Amount

by Rachel Gray @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

It’s easy to make mistakes, especially when you have a million and one things on your plate. One error you could make is deducting the wrong amount from employee wages. Correcting employment taxes is necessary if you withhold too much or too little from your employees’ paychecks. This article provides an overview of employment taxes […]

The post Correcting Employment Taxes: What to Do If You Withhold the Wrong Amount appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

What happens when direct deposit payments are sent to a closed bank account?

What happens when direct deposit payments are sent to a closed bank account?


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If the bank account that VendorPay direct deposit payments are being transferred into has been closed, don't worry! If the bank no longer allows deposits into the bank account, what will likely hap...

our employee is taking nude photos in our office and posting them to Facebook

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I am the office manager of a small (two additional employees, two doctors, and one therapist) health practice. One employee, who I will call Jane, has worked there for over 10 years and handles billing, front desk, and bookkeeping. Jane is recently divorced and seems to be going through a mid-life crisis […]

our employee is taking nude photos in our office and posting them to Facebook was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

What You Need to Know About a Qualifying Life Event

by Rachel Gray @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

Employees have a window of time each year to sign up for certain types of employer-sponsored insurance. Although this open enrollment period takes place at the end of each year for all employees, an employee can add or remove coverage at any time of the year if they have a qualifying life event. What is […]

The post What You Need to Know About a Qualifying Life Event appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

The Equifax Hack Was Worse Than Expected. What to Do Next

by Jeanine Skowronski @ Chime Banking

Looks like that worst-ever Equifax data breach was … actually worse. In late 2017, the credit reporting agency divulged a systems breach exposed the personal information of 145.5 millions Americans, including names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, dispute documents, as well as some credit card account and driver’s license numbers. But the hackers also obtained […]

The post The Equifax Hack Was Worse Than Expected. What to Do Next appeared first on Chime Banking.

knowledge swap! share your expertise with people here

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

Are you good at something and willing to share that expertise with others here? Here’s what I propose for a change of pace: 1. In the comment section below, name something you’re really good at that you’d be willing to answer questions about. It could be Excel, or financial planning, or make-up recommendations, or resolving […]

knowledge swap! share your expertise with people here was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

Kelley – Piece of Advice

by Marysol Hernandez @ Oasis Outsourcing

Oasis Insights Kelley Castell, Chief Operating Officer What piece of advice have you received that you would like to pass on? “Your greatest strength overextended can become a weakness. For instance, if an individual has excellent attention to detail, but that focus results in missing the big picture, that strength (in some ways) becomes a […]

What Should HR Do When a Manager is Dating a Direct Report?

What Should HR Do When a Manager is Dating a Direct Report?

by Rachel Bolsu @ Namely: Blog

8 HR pros weigh in on how they would handle this case of love at work.

What Is an FEIN?

by Mike Kappel @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

When you run a business, you must meet many IRS requirements. You might need an FEIN to identify your business on documents like payroll tax forms. What does FEIN mean? What is an FEIN? FEIN is an acronym for Federal Employer Identification Number, also known as an EIN. This unique, nine-digit number is used by […]

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Successfully Plan for Holiday Shopping on a Budget [Downloadable Budget Sheet]

by Kara Vincent @ LRRCU

‘Tis the season to be jolly! ‘Tis the season for the gifts, decorations, family, friends, and children on their best behavior. ‘Tis the season for overloaded shopping bags, impulse buying, and credit card bills. Wait! That doesn’t sound as cheery. In 2016, according to a survey conducted by The American Research Group Inc., Americans spent […]

The post Successfully Plan for Holiday Shopping on a Budget [Downloadable Budget Sheet] appeared first on LRRCU.

what to say when your boss is rude to a coworker in front of you

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: What can/should I do when my boss is rude to another coworker? We’re a small, very early-stage start-up with no HR person. The coworker and I are both young, female, and new. My boss often puts her down (“God, you’re inattentive” or “if you can’t even do this task you should be […]

what to say when your boss is rude to a coworker in front of you was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

How to Prepare for an Interview When You’re Self-Employed

by Due.com @ Chime Banking

There are many myths about self-employment that people may start to mistake for fact. Working for yourself can be a great thing, but it doesn’t always mean you’ll be 100% in control of your career and the day-to-day operations. Often times, you’ll still have to work with others and may even have to please clients if you’re […]

The post How to Prepare for an Interview When You’re Self-Employed appeared first on Chime Banking.

my beloved boss was fired, is curly hair unprofessional, and more

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go… 1. My beloved boss was fired My company has been going through a long, drawn-out restructuring that has been very painful and anxiety-provoking. For example, we were told in December that the department I work for was going to be restructured, and are finally scheduled to […]

my beloved boss was fired, is curly hair unprofessional, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

open thread – March 23-24, 2018

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

It’s the Friday open thread! The comment section on this post is open for discussion with other readers on anything work-related that you want to talk about. If you want an answer from me, emailing me is still your best bet*, but this is a chance to talk to other readers. * If you submitted […]

open thread – March 23-24, 2018 was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

listing an unfinished novel as a work accomplishment on your resume

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I’m a copywriter. It’s my first time hiring for a copywriter position. I don’t want to be petty or unfair to applicants, but I don’t want to hear about people’s unfinished novels on their resumes or cover letters. In my opinion, it comes off as either immature, self absorbed, or really uninformed […]

listing an unfinished novel as a work accomplishment on your resume was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

How to Save Money When You Get a Windfall of Cash

by Jackie Lam @ Chime Banking

Ah, there’s nothing quite like receiving a windfall of money. It may come by way of an unexpected inheritance, a work bonus or a job promotion. And depending on how you spend it, that sweet bit of extra cash may leave you feeling either relaxed or stressed out. While it’s tempting to spend it immediately, […]

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can I be paid in comp time instead of overtime pay?

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I work for a chapter of a national nonprofit organization managing several fundraising events. I am becoming increasingly frustrated with the way our organization handles overtime during our busy event season, and am wondering if it’s completely legal. At the end of 2016 with the pending overtime law, the organization decided to […]

can I be paid in comp time instead of overtime pay? was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

coworker’s expensive wedding registry, how can I help my heartbroken boss, and more

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go… 1. My boss wants us to buy a colleague expensive gifts from her wedding registry I generally know your feelings on this, but I’ve got another question about gifts flowing upwards. One of our senior level executives, Sansa, is getting married in a few months. Sansa […]

coworker’s expensive wedding registry, how can I help my heartbroken boss, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

Why Retraining Is The New Recruiting

Why Retraining Is The New Recruiting

by Jingcong Zhao @ Namely: Blog

7 tips to start future-proofing your workplace via employee retention.

am I sabotaging my former intern’s job prospects?

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: About two and a half years ago, I was hired by a cultural organization as their only staff person. While the job was not without its challenges, it was a great learning experience and I excelled in my role, which has greatly boosted my professional reputation in my area (it’s a small […]

am I sabotaging my former intern’s job prospects? was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

Consult This Employee Termination Checklist to Keep Things Running Smoothly

by Rachel Gray @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

Employees leave companies every day to pursue growth opportunities, accommodate personal lives, or experience change. As an employer, you hope employees won’t leave your business, but you know this is wishful thinking. When an employee resigns, you need to know what to do. The average annual overall turnover rate is 19%, according to SHRM. If […]

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Time needed to process a payroll

Time needed to process a payroll


Gusto

If you're paying your employees through direct deposit, you'll want to run your payroll 4 business days (excluding weekends and bank holidays) prior to your employee payday due to the standard Auto...

I overheard my boss complaining about me

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: The higher-ups in our company regularly have private meetings, which are usually very hush-hush behind closed doors. During a recent meeting of theirs, the door was left open and we (the rest of the team) could hear bits and pieces of their conversation-not purposely, of course, and not that it was worth […]

I overheard my boss complaining about me was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

what can I say to job candidates who are stalking me outside of work?

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I work for a company known for its unbelievable perks and benefits. Every time a job opens up, we get thousands of applications. Candidates are becoming increasingly aggressive to stand out. Hundreds of them (literally) have purchased Facebook ads or LinkedIn promoted posts to get their information in front of current employees. […]

what can I say to job candidates who are stalking me outside of work? was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

I’m supposed to hide that I was a stay-at-home mom, rude receptionist, and more

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go… 1. I was told to hide that I used to be a stay-at-home mom I had a very strange review yesterday, where my boss shared some feedback that she received from another leader in our organization. Basically I was told that I should stop telling people […]

I’m supposed to hide that I was a stay-at-home mom, rude receptionist, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

This Is Why Research On Behavioral Finance Won the Nobel Prize

by Cat Alford @ Chime Banking

In October 2017, Richard Thaler got the call he’d been hoping for. After 40 plus years of economics research, he learned he won the Nobel Prize. As an economist, he faced ridicule from his colleagues for his research connecting human behavior to economics. Winning the Nobel Prize for his work in behavioral finance meant that his […]

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What If: I Need to Void a Direct Deposit Paycheck

What If: I Need to Void a Direct Deposit Paycheck


insightfulaccountant.com

The process in Intuit is tricky – there are specific steps to follow and deadlines to meet. Here's why you cannot simply void a paycheck in QuickBooks and think that will stop it from posting to the employee's bank.

Barbara Drames – Benefits of a PEO

by Marysol Hernandez @ Oasis Outsourcing

Oasis Insights Barbara Drames, Senior Vice President of Benefits How would you explain the benefits of a PEO to a potential client not familiar with the model?  “PEOs work specifically with businesses owners to identify areas where we can help them contain operating expenses, mitigate employer related liabilities, and accelerate growth and revenue results. Oasis […]

Debra – Motivation

by Marysol Hernandez @ Oasis Outsourcing

Oasis Insights Debra Bathurst, Vice President, Human Resources What motivates you professionally? “My mom and dad instilled a strong work ethic in me and I am driven to give 110%. Even if I don’t always succeed, I am always trying to do a better job and I find many of my Oasis colleagues are striving […]

How to Setup Direct Deposit

How to Setup Direct Deposit


Bank of America

Bank of America direct deposit makes it easy for you to deposit checks into your account automatically. Learn about setting up direct deposit today.

Meet Dan Murphy, Namely’s CFO

Meet Dan Murphy, Namely’s CFO

by Namely Team @ Namely: Blog

Our new exec shares why he's excited to help Namely keep growing at an amazing rate.

Dolores – Professional Success

by Christine Pescatore @ Oasis Outsourcing

Oasis Insights Dolores Calicchio, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer How do you define professional success? Making a difference in the lives of others whether within your family, your community, your employees or your job. Ensuring you do all you can to be highly productive and grow your business or the business you […]

we give our interns free housing — and there are problems

by Ask a Manager @ Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I train and manage a team of young (22-25) paid interns who, as part of their compensation, have free housing in a shared living space owned by my organization. Recently, one of my female interns told me (in tears) that the male interns repeatedly use the word “bitch” in their shared living […]

we give our interns free housing — and there are problems was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

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