Topic: Time Attendance

    What is a gig worker?
    By Gretchen Smitson on December 11, 2018

    Independent work  A gig worker is an employee who has been contracted temporarily in order to perform an agreed upon task. Gig workers can work...

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    What's the difference between exempt & nonexempt?
    By Gretchen Smitson on November 20, 2018

      FLSA overtime laws FLSA overtime laws in the United States require employers to pay non-exempt employees 1.5 times regular wages for any hours...

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    Five features to look for in a time and attendance system
    By Alex Tolbert on November 16, 2018

    Check out this column in HR Technologist: If you have hourly employees, you know how important it is to keep an accurate and compliant record of...

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    Which wage and hour changes have been made under the Trump administration?
    By Gretchen Smitson on November 15, 2018

    Regulatory agendas promise change Ever since the Trump administration released its first regulatory agenda in 2016, there have been promises in...

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    Are employers responsible for overtime pay after 40 hours?
    By Gretchen Smitson on September 27, 2018

    HR Best Practices blog series Navigating the world of HR can be overwhelming—period. That’s why we’ve created a blog series to answer common HR...

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    "Overtime" over time: the past, present and future of overtime laws
    By Gretchen Smitson on September 20, 2018

    Background The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) evaluates employee overtime eligibility based on two definitions: “exempt” and “non-exempt.” Exempt...

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    The most useful reports for new users
    By Gretchen Smitson on July 10, 2018

    Reporting increases HR efficiency Human Resources professionals must continually manage important pieces of information for large amounts of...

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    Which benefits notices are required by law?
    By Gretchen Smitson on June 21, 2018

      Compliance headaches When it comes to compliance there always seem to be more boxes to check. Distribute this, report that—how do you keep up...

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    What is predictive scheduling?
    By Gretchen Smitson on June 12, 2018

    Emerging time & attendance trend In December 2014, San Francisco was the first city in the United  States to pass a predictive scheduling law....

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    How to implement attendance software
    By Gretchen Smitson on April 20, 2018

    Change isn't easy As an administrator, you probably know that implementing change in any capacity can be difficult. Most people like things the...

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