Time & Attendance

In August 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor released Field Assistance Bulletin No. 2020-5. The bulletin addresses "Employers' obligation to exercise reasonable diligence in tracking teleworking employees' hours of work." While the bulletin covers issues arising directly from the COVID-19 pandemic, it also applies to remote...

While labor expenses are not something that employers can completely eliminate, we have yet to encounter a business that cannot find ways to reduce them. A reduction in labor costs provides an immediate monetary benefit, so it's easy to measure the ROI. One reason that...

Today’s post is for owners and managers of healthcare facilities here in Texas and around the country. The healthcare sector is one of the indispensable industries in an advanced society. Millions of men and women are troubled with sickness, disease, injury, and the limitations of...

Federal law does not require employers to provide paid time off (PTO) to commissioned employees. Therefore, unless state law says differently, it’s up to employers to establish their own vacation and PTO rules — including the rate of pay — for commission-only employees. Determine Your Calculation...

Business owners don't always look to the HR department for superhuman cost-cutting. But there has never been a better time to do it. HR managers can save business owners big money with the right workforce tools. Workforce Management Suite from Payroll Partners has those tools. Reduce...

While standard time clocks and punch cards are still being used, they have long been subject to tampering, misuse and accidental recordings. Over the years, various technological resources have emerged to help companies better track the time of their hourly employees. Everything from electronic clocks...