Employees can be “all in” no matter where they work, according to Amy Leschke-Kahle of the Marcus Buckingham Co., an ADP company, provided managers are engaged with them.
As I write this, things are going from bad to worse with the COVID-19 crisis. With the high level of anxiety that comes with a stressful situation, and the equally high level of uncertainty, it’s easy to get distracted. But the fact is that most of us are now working from home, and while this is unfamiliar to many, that isn’t necessarily a bad thing, even though the circumstances that necessitate it are frightening.
During these unprecedented times, here are some tips for navigating your team through one of the most tumultuous tax seasons it has ever seen.
The time for decisive action is now. Companies that operate well through this downturn may be able to leapfrog competitors.
The Treasury Department is pushing back the tax payment due dates for wine, beer, distilled spirits, tobacco products, firearms and ammunition excise taxes to offer them more flexibility for businesses that have been negatively affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Here are 10 suggestions to help firms think through near-term needs and create a plan to help shore up business continuity and mitigate some risk associated during this sensitive time.