Time & Labor Management

Is A 30-Hour Work Week Right For Your Small Business?

Employee working over 30 hours a week

Feb 2nd, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

A growing trend among businesses involves reducing the work week from forty to thirty hours. There are a number of factors which is contributing to this change, but many small business owners wander if reducing the work week will help or harm their business. There are both advantages and disadvantages to reducing the number of hours employees work, and it is important for business owners to weigh them carefully.

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Understanding Guidelines For Employee Breaks

employee taking a break

Jan 26th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

The majority of employers provide their employees with rest breaks, and in some cases, employees are paid during them. However, while this practice may be common, it is not always required. A federal law called the FLSA, or Fair Labor Standards Act, has established that employers are not responsible for providing rest breaks or meals to their workers. At the same time, states have their own laws, some of which are opposed to FLSA.

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Productivity Tips To Help You With Time & Labor Management

time & labor management helps businesses

Jan 19th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

The average employee in the U.S. works about 8 hours per day, but for many this schedule is not enough to finish everything they must do. As time passes and the list of things that must be done continues to grow, it can often seem as if the end of the day comes too soon. Some employees choose to solve this problem by working longer hours or taking their work home with them, but this is unfair both to themselves and their families. Instead of working more hours, it is better to make the most of the time you have. Below are some tips that will help you do just that.

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The Status Quo Of Paid Sick Leave In California

paid sick leave in California

Sep 24th, 2015 by TRAXPayroll

One of the most effective ways to recover when you are feeling under the weather is to take a day off with a sick leave. This way, you can rest assured knowing that you will not miss out on a full day’s worth of pay; this peace of mind means a great deal for all wage earners. Currently, many employers in the United States are not required to grant their employees time off even when they are ill, and almost half of all the workers in the private sector lack access to this vital protection.

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How The New Proposed Overtime Rules Might Affect Your Business

proposed new overtime rules for businesses

Sep 22nd, 2015 by TRAXPayroll

You must have already noticed the ongoing commotion caused by the implementation of new overtime rules under the Fair Labor Standards Act. There are various proposed rule changes that might impact you as a small business owner, and you will want to be prepared for it. Basically, the new rule changes are designed to address certain salary thresholds that are necessary for considering white collar workers to be exempted from overtime pay.

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Advantages Of Using Time Sheet And Time Clock Software

time sheet and time clock software advantages

Sep 8th, 2015 by TRAXPayroll

When you are in charge of a business, you’ve usually got a thousand different things on your mind at any given time. Because of this, it is a really good idea to try and limit the amount of worries you have when it comes to your business. One way that you can do this, is by implementing and fully utilizing a modernized time clock in your company. Not only will this save you time by not having to do it by hand, but it also helps eliminate a lot of errors and other costly problems related to manual recordings.

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What Does The Paid Sick Leave Law Mean For Your Business?

paid sick leave law implications for businesses

Aug 11th, 2015 by TRAXPayroll

The Paid Sick Leave Law is trending, as more and more businesses nationwide have begun to adopt it. So what does this law mean for you? Here are some key points you should take note of:

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