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Contemplation After a Second Year of Service

I’m about a week shy of my two year mark. To be perfectly honest, I have no idea of the exact date. I just know it is near the end of November. 309 more words


Gain time back while focusing on gains with My Plan Manager

As I’m sure you’re well aware, holiday season is fast approaching, and the scramble of shopping, baking, and hosting gatherings will make our busy lives even busier. 559 more words


5 Tips for Managing the Impact of Employee Absences

Managing absenteeism has become a critical component of human resources strategy. With each passing business day, it’s becoming increasingly more complex to consistently and uniformly apply federal and state laws governing absenteeism, and to align those regulations with organization policies across multiple locations. 849 more words

Human Capital Management

Employee Benefits: Flexible Spending Accounts - Part 2

I’ve had a flexible spending account for at least the last 15 years and appreciate the ability to set aside money before taxes to pay for health care expenses. 354 more words


Hold On to Your Tax Returns

You should always keep a copy of your tax return for your records. You may need copies of your filed tax returns for many reasons. For example, they can help you prepare future tax returns. 827 more words

October Newsletter

Finalising the discussion on drafts

What do you really need to do with drafts? Are drafts records? How long do you need to keep them for?

This continues to be a hot topic for us. 630 more words

Records Connect

Lesson - Sovereign Warrior and Guardian

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

Yes, the golden rule was my lesson today. This post is a little everywhere. And the way I came upon the lesson isn’t exactly the way the quote was meant, just bear with me. 330 more words