It’s officially spring! Remember how we had some exciting things happening around here at Acroprint? Well, we are still reeling from launching our new solution, ProPunch, in February. However, now […]
It’s March and we have some spring in our step at Acroprint. Why, you ask? Not only is it almost the Daylight Saving Time (DST) change, but we have also introduced a new solution for time keeping.
Give yourself some love this Valentine’s Day! Create a better work/life balance with AcroTime’s Workforce Management Solution
What does your Valentine’s Day look like this year? IF it includes working late to process payroll, you should check out Acroprint’s AcroTime Workforce Management solution!
The groundhog has spoken! But depending on which groundhog you listen to, it will either be an early or a late spring. Either way, Acroprint has you covered for the Daylight Saving Time change.
Here at Acroprint, we are still reeling from the 2018 E*Trade Super Bowl commercial in which our green time clock made a cameo appearance. Have you spotted one of our clocks on TV, in a movie or in print? Let us know about it!
Employers use a wide variety of means to track employee hours, but some methods are better than others. Cloud-based time-tracking offers the kind of flexibility the modern workforce requires. Here are four reasons to consider trading in your current time-tracking method and upgrading to cloud based employee tracking.
When it comes to time and attendance and other critical functions traditionally left to HR departments, the question isn’t whether it’s possible to move to the cloud: It’s a matter of when you should. These four benefits could sway your decision.
We’ve seen big developments recently in employment law in California, New York state, and Philadelphia. Even if you aren’t doing business in any of these locations, it would be a good idea to pay attention things that go on in these large, influential jurisdictions often have a way of filtering through to other areas of the country.
On March 6, 2018, the US Department of Labor (DOL) announced a new pilot program: Payroll Audit Independent Determination, or PAID. The stated purpose of the program is to expedite resolution of overtime and minimum wage violations under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Should you consider participating?
Are you required to pay interns? If you choose to bring unpaid interns on board, what do you need to know to stay out of trouble withe the Department of Labor and the courts? Read this article to find out.