Time & Attendance Tag

Employment benefits that improve quality of life, increase flexibility, and enable people to attend to their personal needs rank high among both employees and job-seekers. And yet, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), while 79 percent of employees have access to paid sick leave, only...

Employment benefits that improve quality of life, increase flexibility, and enable people to attend to their personal needs rank high among both employees and job-seekers. And yet, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), while 79 percent of employees have access to paid sick...

Yes, a part-time employee may be classified as exempt. The minimum salary and duties requirements must still be met, of course. And the minimum salary cannot be prorated when an exempt employee works part-time. In other words, the federal requirement to pay $684 per week...

Employers are increasingly offering paid parental leave, which includes maternity leave, paternity leave and adoption leave. According to a 2020 Society for Human Resource Management article, "Over half of employers (55 percent) now offer paid maternity leave, 45 percent offer paid paternity leave and 35 percent...

Workforce management is a process that employers implement with the goal of optimizing the productivity of their employees and the workplace. According to CIO Magazine, "WFM began as a means for improving the consistency, efficiency, and productivity of call centers but has since expanded to...

Title 1 of the ADA prohibits employers with 15 or more employees from discriminating against employees based on disability. Employers must also provide "reasonable accommodations" to the employees with disabilities — unless such accommodations would cause undue hardship. Reasonable accommodations are workplace changes that enable disabled...

FMLA is short for the Family and Medical Leave Act, a federal law that provides employees with unpaid, job protected leave and benefits continuation in certain circumstances. People also commonly call leave under this law FMLA, as in “I’m going on FMLA.” FMLA generally provides...

You can allow an employee to work two different jobs for your company. However, under the FLSA, you cannot classify an employee as both exempt and nonexempt — it must be one or the other. To know which one to use, you must first combine...