All posts in Time and Attendance
A quick discussion on Acroprints top loading time clocks.
It’s March and we have some spring in our step at Acroprint. Why, you ask? Not only is it almost the Daylight Saving Time (DST) change, but we have also introduced a new solution for time keeping.
Employers use a wide variety of means to track employee hours, but some methods are better than others. Cloud-based time-tracking offers the kind of flexibility the modern workforce requires. Here are four reasons to consider trading in your current time-tracking method and upgrading to cloud based employee tracking.
When it comes to time and attendance and other critical functions traditionally left to HR departments, the question isn’t whether it’s possible to move to the cloud: It’s a matter of when you should. These four benefits could sway your decision.
For over 50 years, the FLSA has allowed employers to use rounding to ease the administrative burden of time tracking. Recently this practice was challenged in court. Read this article to find out what happened, and what you need to know to keep your rounding policy legal.
You may have heard (or discovered for yourself) that sometimes biometric system users will have trouble convincing the the system to read their fingerprint. While a few people have trouble due to various physical issues, for the vast majority of people it often comes down to a matter of technique. This article offers a few quick tips to make clocking in and out smoother and easier for anyone who needs to use a fingerprint for time & attendance tracking.
Tracking employee work time is not a waste of time in and of itself. In fact, it can be key to ensuring business productivity and profitability. The problem lies with how some businesses go about recording and processing that time. This article identifies the problem and offers several solutions that can work for virtually any business.
If you’re concerned your employees are taking advantage of you by recording inaccurate arrival and departure times on their time sheets, there’s one simple step you can take to eliminate this time theft. Read this article to find out why you SHOULD be concerned, and what you can do.
An interesting question: when you you need to count toward “work time” the travel time incurred by non-exempt employees? The answer may not be as simple as you might think.
Nearly half of employers expect their workers to be on time every day. But a few bad apples may be taking advantage to arrive late, leave early or take long lunches without their employer finding out. How can they get away with this, and what can employers do to control it?