Employment and Labor Laws in the Coronavirus Crisis- Is Your Business Ready? The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has brought workplace safety, employee accommodation, business security, and wage & hour tracking issues to the forefront for many companies. To avoid serious legal challenges and liability, businesses have to be aware of several factors. According to Jennifer Meyer-Mahoney Esq.,
ClockVIEW time and attendance software allows your managers to “Trust and Verify” employee compliance. The best way to keep your business running smoothly and efficiently is to use the best tools for the job.
From Punch Cards to Smart Clocks Businesses like yours have been adding up their employees’ time cards or turning in time sheets or simply using the honor system for a long, long time—most of the 20th century in fact. Or you use an automated time and attendance solution but one that no longer works like it
Destined to set the standard for programmable time clock devices for years to come, the GT450 is the very best in mid-price hardware where lower cost does not mean sacrificing quality. Impressive new features, aesthetic enhancements, and performance improvements.
With dozens of offices, programs and departments, governments need simple time and attendance systems that allow time and labor communication—from top to bottom and bottom to top. Acumen Data Systems troubleshoots the challenges and suggests solutions across the board—whether state, county, or municipality. One municipal government had increasing numbers of union employees. Find out how the changing makeup of its workforce became its greatest strength.
Use Weighted Overtime to Ensure Regulatory Compliance The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires employers who have hourly employees that earn more than one standard wage to implement weighted overtime for when employees work more than 40 hours. Weighted overtime is an average of the different wages worked, considering how long the employee worked earning
Own Your Time Clock Some of the big players in the employee time and attendance industry lock customers into contracts that indefinitely forces the rental of employee time clocks. Why? Because they're so big, they can get away with it. There's an expression in the IT community: "Nobody gets fired for buying Intel." (I've also heard
While many products like computer hardware have become commodities, oftentimes, time and attendance systems remain best deployed as custom-tailored solutions.
HR shared services is a strategy in which a business consolidates several of its HR expenses - software, hardware, services, insurance, and/or IT - in order to reduce costs without making sacrifices. It's essentially the same concept as buying in bulk or bundling products to get a better deal. HR shared services goes a long