Have you ever dealt with a problematic employee who just can’t seem to get motivated, no matter what you try? Or have you ever found one of your best and most successful employee struggling to get through a particularly challenging day? Unfortunately, there’s no easy switch you can flip to suddenly make your workforce motivated.
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Jin Lee | Bloomberg | Getty Images Out on Wall Street, stocks are taking a breather from this month’s rally. Despite encouraging updates on a potential coronavirus vaccine, disappointing unemployment data and a spike in coronavirus cases have spooked investors. Not helping investor sentiment, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that schools would
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The top Republican and Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee said the Treasury Department “missed the mark” in new guidance that limits tax breaks for businesses that get their Paycheck Protection Program loans forgiven. In a joint statement Thursday, Senate Finance Chairman Chuck Grassley and Democrat Ron Wyden said the Treasury is depriving some small
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Collaboration is a professional buzzword. We believe that people produce better, more innovative work when they work together. Unfortunately, our organizations don’t always reflect our spoken commitment to collaboration and, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, collaboration has become a practical challenge. So, what does collaboration look like amid destabilization? It demands more than
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The IRS Advisory Council, a federal advisory committee that provides a public forum for discussion of relevant tax administration issues between IRS officials and representatives of the public, sees a danger in chronic underfunding of the agency. IRSAC made the point in its annual report, which also highlighted the importance of the Taxpayer First Act
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Jeanne Flynn, 34, has accumulated thousands in credit card debt while waiting for unemployment benefits to arrive in New Jersey. Jeanne Flynn Jeanne Flynn used to worry about money. But never like this. Flynn, 34, lost her restaurant job in March as the coronavirus pandemic raged. Months of waiting for unemployment benefits and little savings
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The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants has named Mark Millar, the former head of a hospice in the United Kingdom, as its new president. Mark Millar, from Suffolk, England, was appointed as the leader of the international accounting organization at the ACCA’s Annual General Meeting, which was held entirely online for the first time ever
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Taxpayers around the world lose at least $427 billion each year to individual tax evasion and multinational corporate profit-shifting, which undercuts public funding for a COVID-19 response, according to a new report. The report, released Friday by the advocacy group Tax Justice Network, in collaboration with Public Services International, the Global Alliance for Tax Justice
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The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department have issued guidance to clear up the tax treatment of expenses when a loan from the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program hasn’t been forgiven by the end of the year, while groups including the American Institute of CPAs are complaining about a new, lengthy questionnaire from
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Here’s the most important news, trends and analysis that investors need to start their trading day: 1. Investors assess vaccine news against Covid-19 case spikes Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Source: NYSE U.S. stock futures pointed to a mixed open Friday, in an investor sentiment tug-of-war between more encouraging
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