timekeeping Tag

Bobbi Best owns Blondies' Bistro in Grants Pass, Oregon. In December 2015, a man named Martin Robinson applied for a cook's position. In the restaurant industry, it is routine for job aspirants to exhibit cooking skill in a "working interview." As Best had routinely done...

Today’s message focuses on workforce planning. Specifically, the financial rewards for new business owners that use TimeWorksPlus. TimeWorksPlus is an affordable, easy to use employee timekeeping system from Payroll Partners. In addition to helping you efficiently manage employees, it helps you lower the biggest costs when starting...

Still using pen and paper? Have you considered how much manual timekeeping costs a business? Employee Time Theft Paper timecard systems can be exploited in a number of ways from hours padding to buddy punching. Some large employers who switch to an automated system are...

In todays’ workplace, a facial recognition time clock is far more common than it was even a decade ago. In some cases, advanced biometric clocks are must-haves. With health, safety and time theft use-cases, facial recognition time clocks are fast becoming the best technology for...

Some employers with only salaried personnel often believe automated Workforce Management is only necessary for organizations with hourly employees. The object of this article is to review why this couldn't be further from the truth. 1. Compliance The alphabet soup of the various labor...

If you are in construction, you've got to schedule work crews efficiently. TimeSimplicity is the top time tracking app for construction. It makes work crew scheduling easy. After all, construction projects live or die by scheduling. New organizations that start out doing one project...

Daylight Saving Time (DST) is the practice of pushing the clock forward 1 hour during the summer so that daylight in the evening lasts longer. Each year, DST starts on the second Sunday of March and ends on the first Sunday of November. For example, on...

The Fair Labor Standards Act requires that you keep accurate records of nonexempt employees' hours worked. As a result, you developed a timekeeping system. However, there may be times when your employees' time sheets need to be adjusted. Are you allowed to make the change? ...

Your business must comply with the minimums for calculating and paying overtime as required by federal and state laws. The Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor regulates overtime pay using the Fair Labor Standards Act, which requires that hourly employees who...

Time theft reportedly costs U.S. employers over $400 billion yearly in lost productivity. Further, in a survey by Software Advice, 43% of hourly workers admitted "to exaggerating the amount of time they work during their shifts." To prevent time theft, employers are utilizing biometric time...