Some companies are wasting money in the worst way possible — paying invoices twice.
Ever since Congress passed the ESIGN Act in 2000, which established the legality of electronically signed documents, companies have begun to recognize the importance of eSignatures to their profitability. (more…)
Every manager has run into this issue during an investigation. Employee A says one thing happened. Employee B says something completely different happened.
Before you start your next big energy-efficiency project, you may want to look into utility rebates.
Emails from Nigeria designed to separate fools from their money are a joke these days. But what’s no laughing matter is the increasingly sophisticated art of mining highly personal data from company websites and using it to maliciously craft what appear to be emails from friends or colleagues.
When it comes to evaluating customers for credit, it may be time for some new approaches.
While many companies are focused on locking down smartphones and tablets, don’t forget the other device that can put data at risk: your laptop, especially when you’re traveling.
One of the benefits-related changes tucked away in the “fiscal-cliff” deal seems to already be impacting employers’ retirement plans.
After releasing a number of bulletins and a proposed regulation, the the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has issued its final rule on what constitutes “essential health benefits” under the healthcare reform law.
For a telecommuting arrangement to work, your IT department will need to supply some necessary tools for telecommuting workers.