How to Build a Support Network for Your Small Business

Owning a business can be extremely rewarding, but it isn’t without its share of frustrations. Troubles getting your startup to take off, cash-flow problems, and difficulties managing your workforce are all issues that can easily arise; catching even the most scrupulous business owner off guard. The fact is that all business owners will encounter stressful situations from time to time; …

6 Big Wins to Improving Employee Productivity

As business owners, we know the problems that are caused when employees aren’t motived. Common side-effects include lower productivity, along with a dip in workplace morale. There’s also reduced profits, poor customer service, higher turnover rates, and more stress. Not to mention that unhappy employees may be tempted to take more sick days as well. A thriving and productive workforce, …

Why You Should Track Employee Data

For any company with employees, there’s a lot of data that’s generated each day; from hours worked, to time off, websites visited, targets met, and more. Depending on how many employees you have the prospect of data collection and tracking can quickly start to feel like a full-time job! For companies, though, having access to the right data is invaluable. …

How to Improve Your Payroll System

Regardless of how large or small your company is, if you have employees then you know the struggles of trying to ensure that you have a solid payroll system in place. Getting your team paid on time and correctly, though, is vital; for both your company and your employees. In addition to ensuring accurate paychecks, it’s also important to prepare …

5 Most Common Time Clock Questions in 2017

When it comes to workforce management, few tools are as important as a robust time clock system. This is the case for companies across almost every industry, and no matter what size the organization. But when it’s time to implement a new time clock system, questions often abound. Employees and managers alike both have questions and concerns, and want to …

If Your Time Management Software Isn’t Mobile It Isn’t for You

Most employers are aware of the benefits the come from having time clock software. A modern time clock system allows companies to ensure that their employees are correctly compensated for the hours that they worked. They also help to reduce the chance of errors, and save time when it comes to payroll processing, and transferring data. According to the American …

The Downside to Employees Not Clocking Out

For any company with employees; ensuring that they get paid on time, every time is a top priority. But when it comes to ensuring paycheck accuracy, things are a bit less black and white. Oftentimes, workers are lax about clocking in or out on time; which can make it difficult for an employer, or the payroll department, to accurately calculate …

6 Benefits SaaS Can Offer Your Business

Traditionally, starting and growing a business was often a costly venture; and one that required companies to have proprietary systems in place for everything from payroll processing to recruitment, accounting, and budgeting. Today, though, that’s no longer the case. In many ways, opening a business has never been easier; or more cost effective. Thanks in part to the wealth of …

How to Customize Employee Time Cards

A robust time tracking system can be extremely useful for keeping track of payroll and ensuring accuracy. But there’s another benefit of time tracking software that’s often overlooked by business owners, the ability to create custom reports from the time card data. Custom reports are useful for companies across a wide range of industries, and for a number of reasons. …

Remote Management: How to Be Effective Online

Today, more and more companies are beginning to recognize the benefits that come from having a remote or partially remote workforce. According to Gallup’s State of the American Workplace report, roughly 39 percent of companies allow some employees to work remotely, with companies like like Automattic and Mozilla functioning as “distributed companies” and allowing most off their workers to do their …