- 2017 IRS Mileage Rate
- Cajun Food Supermarket is in a Jam-balaya!
- Long Term Care facilities use Biometrics time and attendance data collection to decrease labor costs and drive up revenue.
- Tampa Fire Systems burns through $100K in back wages
- Drywall Company Violations Demonstrate a Willful Disregard for DOL
- Portland Restaurant Jumps Out of Frying Pan and Into the Fire.
- TA 715 - A small device capable of seamless integration.
- Time Clock Man to attend the 2016 Global Identity Summit
- Non-compliance continues to get more expensive. While cost of compliance continues to dip.
- Join Time Clock Man at the 2016 HR Florida Conference & Expo.
Department of Labor Investigators have found that The Best Stop Supermarket of Louisiana had falsified time records to show they had paid workers as required by law. Fines have been assessed totaling nearly $600, 000 for the violations
Long Term Care facilities use Biometrics time and attendance data collection to decrease labor costs and drive up revenue.
A recent report prepared by our partner Schlage Biometrics shows that labor represents a substantial portion of overall spending for nursing home facilities, long term care facilities and skilled nursing facilities.
Universal Fire Systems of Tampa Florida failed to pay overtime to eligible employees regardless of hours worked. The company also did not keep time and attendance records for employees.
A U.S. Department of Labor investigation found Solid Drywall of Midvale, Utah; failed to keep time and attendance records for employees via a time clock, or time clock system, failed to pay minimum wage and applicable overtime rate to employees and workers misclassified as independent contractors.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division investigated the termination of a cook at La Iguana Restaurant in Portland that occurred less than a week after the division informed the company it owed $25,427 in back wages to nine employees for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act found in a previous investigation.
The TA715 is one of the most popular Time Clocks we offer. It is an inexpensive Time Clock that integrates with a number of time clock software solutions including the TA100, Genesis Pro, and Xacttime. The TA715 Time Clock is also widely used with Kronos SaaS HR software.
Time Clock Man is scheduled to attend the 2016 Global Identity Summit in Sept 19th – 22nd, 2016 in Tampa Florida and provide hands-on demonstrations of their latest technologies to federal and private-sector users, and identify potential collaboration partners.
Compliance continues to get more expensive as the EEOC announced that to maintain the remedial impact of civil monetary penalties and promote compliance with the law that they are raising the penalties for non compliance. The most common violation is labor law posting requirements. Typically the EEOC is alerted to the issue by employees who are aware of the requirements and contact the authorities leading to an inspection and fine.
Time Clock Man recently awarded the Local Shops Community Award for most innovative company in Tampa Bay will be showcasing there state of the art web and on premise based labor management electronic time clock systems with integrated GPS tracking, Proximity badge, and biometric time clocks.