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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?
When people think about the ways time and attendance tracking can save a company money, often times they focus on things like more accurate time tracking and more efficient payroll processing. But did you realize your time and attendance system can also help you identify which projects are most profitable? It’s true!
We’re hearing a lot today about cloud computing. Here are just three of the many reasons you might want to consider moving your time and attendance to an online time clock.
Companies that implement an automated enterprise workforce management system often experience substantial savings – often more than enough to pay the cost of the new system within a few months.
Recently, the California Supreme Court allowed an Appeals Court ruling to stand, which says that neutrally-applied rounding policies may be acceptable in the state of California. This removes much of the doubt that has surrounded rounding in the state for years.
What records do you need to collect and retain to comply with the requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)?
Yes, it’s that time again! Daylight Saving Time goes into effect in the USA on the second Sunday in March at 2:00am. Here are a few considerations to keep in mind to make sure you pay your workers correctly.
It can be frustrating when an employee works overtime without getting approval. What are you legally allowed to do when that happens? Can you refuse to pay for the unauthorized time?