With daylight savings, your employees may start taking more time off to enjoy the great weather with their friends and family.
A new Meal and Break Rule has been created to convert a gap in your employees’ hours to either meal or break hours.
We’re excited to give you this sneak peek for one of our new and frequently requested features that will be available in the February 2018 release: The ability to request time off directly from the time-card screen!
Geofencing uses Google Mapping API services to create geographical boundaries, called fences, which you can use to create an alert when one of your employees works outside a defined “fence.”
Nine employees of restaurant located just outside of Chicago have filed a time and attendance lawsuit for unpaid wage violations.
Nurses working at a large hospital facility in Houston are suing for employee time violations related to inadequate lunch breaks.
A drywall company in Arizona has settled a time and attendance lawsuit related to unpaid overtime.
An employee, who would been working for the defendant for nearly a decade as a cake decorator was paid $670 as a flat rate despite working more than 80 hours per week during the holidays.
A city in Virginia, along with its police department has settled a time and attendance lawsuit with law enforcement officers relating to unpaid overtime.
Warehouse workers in California have settled a time and attendance lawsuit related to a number of violations covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act as well as California Labor Laws.