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How Much is Poor Attendance Tracking Costing You Today?

Many small businesses manually track time and attendance, and others rely on outdated technology. It’s natural to think employees wouldn’t take advantage of loopholes in the system, but the statistics tell a different story. For instance, did you know that 43 percent of employees admit to having committed time theft? Put your time-theft knowledge to […]

Retail Worker Scheduling

One essential part of a retail manager’s job is creating the employee schedule. You have to know what the store needs, have a sense of sales trends, and be able to anticipate shopping spikes, all while making sure to keep the wishes of your employees in mind. Is scheduling retail workers easy? It depends on […]

Scheduling Predictability for Hourly and On-Call Workers

From San Francisco’s Retail Employees Rights Ordinances, to Oregon’s Fair Work Week Act, to the federal Schedules that Work Act proposed this past July, the push for fair scheduling continues to gain momentum at all levels. And while bills and ordinances differ, one thing they share is the desire to create new levels of autonomy […]

Minimize Employee Absenteeism with Time & Attendance Software

If you did a head count around your workplace, how many absences would you notice? Maybe one or two every day? Perhaps a handful each week? According to 2017 Bureau of Labor Statistics, the absence rate for full-time employees is 2.9%. That means if your company has 100 employees, on average, about 3 people per […]

Tracking Time and Attendance for Remote Workers

When Tara Hood logged in from her home office recently, she was doing what more than 100 million other professionals across the US were doing: working remotely. That’s the estimate of how many workers currently make up the remote workforce. And the number is on the rise. Time tracking for remote workers increases in importance […]

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How the Cloud Can Help You Stay Compliant with Wage & Hour Laws

For many professionals, the phrase “cloud-based computing” has become synonymous with business-as-usual, and the promises that come with the cloud, such as rapid deployment, faster services, and greater connectivity, are baked into many modern work environments. However, less than a decade ago, the concept of the cloud was still new and fairly novel for many […]

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Keeping an Eye on Restaurant Labor Laws

Do you remember the proposed overtime changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) in 2016? Once in effect, the rule was predicted to extend overtime protections to 4.2 million workers who were not previously eligible under federal law. Plenty of workers were excited about the changes, while many companies were a little concerned. And one sector that […]

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Reliable Time & Attendance for Employees, Managers & Business Owners

Between the country’s economic growth and the record low unemployment rate of 4.1%, times are looking good for many companies and workers. Now wages are starting to nudge upwards too. According to recent Bureau of Labor Statistics data, average hourly earnings moved up nearly 3% from a year ago. This means that more money is […]

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How stratustime Works

stratustime tracks employee hours through PCs, mobile devices, and POS systems, then automatically transmits time and attendance data to your payroll service. Advanced features like scheduling, PTO accrual, and labor forecasting give HR managers and payroll specialists more time to focus on people instead of data entry.

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Ask the Time & Attendance Software Experts

Whether you’re a small business transitioning from a paper system, or a large corporation seeking an online solution to track multiple locations, our team is here to help you choose time and attendance features that are right for you. Our pricing scales with size, and is appropriate for any size business. Call us today to find out more, see a demo, or get a quote.

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