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A surprising number of small businesses don’t offer formal supervisor training on wage and hour laws. This article discusses why this kind of training is important, and why it should be repeated at least annually.
For prudent business owners and managers, federal laws and agencies aren’t the only ones to pay attention to. You also need to keep up with developments in the state (or states) where you do business — and possibly even in the individual towns where you have locations. Read the article to find out more about the impact of state wage and hour laws.
Recently I came across the story of a grocery store in Portland, Oregon, that’s having to pay nearly $100,000 in back wages and damages to 11 workers. What got them in trouble is actually a fairly common misunderstanding. Read the article to learn what it was.
There’s a lot to like about telecommuting. Employees who work from home are often more productive and generally report greater job satisfaction. Organizations who allow employees to telecommute can save money on office space, supplies, utility costs, employee turnover and more. But there can be issues with telecommuting, as well. Especially when the telecommuters are overtime-eligible employees.
Automating your time and attendance has the potential to save your company time, money and headaches. Acroprint’s AcroTime cloud-based service includes everything you’ll need to accurately track time and easily process payroll for your employees.
Temps can solve a lot of business problems while still allowing for staffing flexibility that might not be possible with permanent hires. But temporary staffing isn’t all rainbows, glitter and unicorns. This article presents a couple of things to keep in mind if you want to prevent your temps from becoming your most expensive workers.
A high retention rate is a good indication that employees are satisfied with their jobs and that they have a good relationship with their employer. Read this post to learn valuable strategies to help attract and retain top-performing employees.
Monitoring and surveillance have been in the news a lot recently, particularly in relation to the National Security Agency’s call-tracking program. But there are many other forms of monitoring, some of which are actually good for business and productivity.
Employers sometimes harbor misconceptions about the requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act — misconceptions that can cost them money. In this article, you’ll get the straight scoop about three of the most common.
You’ve probably heard a lot lately about “cloud computing.” It’s an interesting concept — applications running on a third-party server, which you access over a secure Internet connection. Have you considered cloud-based time and attendance? Maybe you should!