It’s puzzling, really. While 90% of employers use time and attendance software to capture the worktime of their hourly workforce, only half of them—45%--use scheduling software to ensure their workforce is deployed to its best advantage,...
If you’re like many employers, you pay most of your employees by direct deposit, and a small percentage by paycheck. If your workforce includes low-wage workers, you may also offer pay cards.
Filed Under: Payroll & Tax
What a long strange trip it’s been. When it comes to the Department of Labor’s whiplash-inducing stance on overtime (OT) rules, perhaps the Grateful Dead said it best.
Annual open enrollments are stressful for employees, managers, and HR alike. And when you’re enrolling an hourly workforce, the challenges are even greater.
If it seems like you’re reading about one employment law court case after another, it’s because you are. For one thing, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) filed 199 workplace discrimination lawsuits last year, nearly a 10%...
Filed Under: HR News
What’s the best way to combat sexual harassment in the workplace, especially when you manage an hourly workforce? It remains a burning question—even though 94% of U.S. companies have anti-sexual harassment policies in place.
Does your company keep a digital eye on employees throughout the workday? You’re not alone. According to an American Management Association survey, 80% of employers use some form of electronic workplace monitoring.
If you’re one of the many employers shopping for new HR and payroll software, you have an overwhelming number of choices--and EPAY’s HCM system is one of them. However, we’re the first to admit: it’s not for everyone. How do you know if it’s a...
Filed Under: Human Capital Management
HR data offers employers a powerful tool that can facilitate enhanced productivity, drive talent acquisition, fuel performance management, and more. However, that treasure-trove of valuable employee data also carries a weighty responsibility: to...
Filed Under: Compliance
How often do your employees think about workplace safety? It’s not just something to ponder when the OSHA inspectors arrive. Ideally, safety is part of your everyday company culture, something employees are mindful of whenever they’re on the job.