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How to Monitor and Curb Problematic Attendance

As a company that is passionate about making your workforce management efficient, Fingercheck was designed to provide you with the real-time oversight you need to track your employees’ attendance. Using digital tools you can access online or from your smartphone, you can monitor employees in real-time and identify patterns that need to change. Here’s how: Monitoring attendance Punch exceptions: Who leaves …

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New Fingercheck Employee Paycards

Fingercheck’s goal has always been to make payroll as easy and convenient as possible for both employers and employees. Now, we’ve taken another step to make it even easier to efficiently pay employees — with Fingercheck’s own paycards. After months of evaluating different paycards, we partnered with rapid! PayCard to ensure we have the best …

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What Employers Need to Know About the New $1.5 Trillion Tax Law

President Trump recently signed a $1.5 trillion tax bill into law called the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017,” the most sweeping overhaul of the US tax code since 1986. This legislative reform makes major changes to tax law, and significantly cuts corporate tax rates and makes small reductions to income tax rates for most individual tax brackets. …

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Can You Be Fired for a Tweet?

Twitter, the 280-character social media platform, possesses incredible power. A 7-year-old girl in Aleppo used the platform to document living through the Syrian Civil War; she now has written a book based on those Tweets. Stars such as Katy Perry and Rihanna further expand their celebrity and connect with fans on Twitter. And no matter …

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Do You Have to Pay Employees for Jury Duty?

The American legal system provides that all citizens who are eligible for jury service must serve if called upon. Every prospective juror is duty-bound to report for service, regardless of how inconvenient or disruptive the timing is for work. Many employers have a policy of continuing to pay their employees during jury service, but it is not a …

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Best Practices for Telecommuters

Telecommuting is a valuable tool for companies in their quest to attract and retain talent. The flexibility provided by work-at-home arrangements allows employees to craft better work/life balance and save on commuting expenses that can include gas, tolls, car maintenance, and even child care. Employers also can save money — by one estimate, almost $11,000 …

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Do Employees Make More Working Night Shifts?

Working the night shift comes with its own detriments and risks, including fatigue, stress, and a higher risk of injury. For that reason, night shift workers and other workers working a less-than-desirable shift are known to be paid additional compensation called a shift differential. While it may be industry-standard to pay an employee a shift differential …

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How Small Businesses Can Narrow Down Payroll Options to Choose What’s Right For Them

Managing payroll is a considerable undertaking, which is why finding the right payroll system for your small business can alleviate your business’s pain points, and help get your payroll on track. In narrowing the scope of what’s available, you’ll need to look through the lens of your own business to determine which system will work best …

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