Unsurprisingly, the incredible rise of employment lawsuits relating to alleged wage and hour infractions has led businesses to audit all timekeeping policies. This is a great practice, as you can never be too careful when it comes to paying employees fairly. However, it seems that some ... Views: 193
Your workforce management system contains a lot of vital information about your employees: who they are, when they are working and what times they should be working. Using this set of data, it is then simple to expand your time and attendance system into an access control system as well.
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An incredible number of organizations use SAP for an impressive array of business and technological applications. However, there is often one area where SAP software systems could use improvement: data collection options, especially in regards to time clocks. SAP users are typically offered a ... Views: 307
Starting January 2014, when most major provisions of the Affordable Care Act go into effect, organizations with more than 50 workers will be required to provide health insurance to employees working over 30 hours per week. Companies that violate the law will be fined $3,000 per uncovered ... Views: 709
If you ever felt like we are currently in the age of information overload, you might be right: last year (in 2011), according to an IDC report on the size of the Digital Universe, the amount of information created and replicated surpassed 1.8 zettabytes (in case you somehow forgot, a zettabyte ... Views: 383
Automating labor management processes or upgrading to a more robust time and attendance system are both intelligent business improvements. Following these tips and tricks will help businesses obtain maximum value from their new system, while also ensuring that the new processes are implemented ... Views: 424