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On Vacation? Sick? Track Employee Time Off Easily

We’ve all heard the saying, “time is money”. And now, it’s more important than ever to track employee time. However, many companies don’t. At Fingercheck, we’re always innovating and looking at new, simpler ways to manage employee time. The latest update to our Employee Absence Request feature, does this and more. 83% of companies do …

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Paid Sick Leave Benefits at Risk if Traveling to These States

New Yorkers taking non-essential trips to high-risk states will not be eligible for Covid-19 paid sick leave benefits. Emergency legislation guaranteeing job protection and compensation for all workers has been in place since March 18. However, under this new order, anyone voluntarily traveling to high-risk states are ineligible for those protections. This order does not apply …

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A “Generous”, Second Stimulus Check On The Way?

In a blog post from earlier this month, we reported a possible second stimulus check. And on Monday, President Trump promised one is indeed, on the way. Forbes reports Trump confirmed a second round of direct payments to Americans that will be included in Congress’ next coronavirus relief package. “We will be doing another stimulus package. It’ll be …

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NYS Paid Sick Leave Law Soon Takes Effect: What Employers Needs to Know

Back on April 3, 2020, two days after the deadline, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed New York’s State budget into law.  Included in the budget was a new statewide paid sick leave requirement (in addition to the law NYC has) which is mandated for employers within New York state. The paid sick leave law …

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Cuomo to Make “Juneteenth” a Holiday for NY Employees

In a tweet, New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo, stated he would sign an executive order making June 19th, aka “Juneteenth” a holiday for New York state employees. He went on to say he will “propose legislation” to make it a state holiday for next year. Juneteenth, a combination of the words June and nineteenth, marks …

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Another Stimulus Check Coming?

It’s unlikely that we’d see a second stimulus bill, let alone another stimulus check on the same level or scale of the CARES Act. A Republican-led Senate doesn’t seem keen to approve measures pushed by the Democrat-controlled House to do so. Part of the reason why is that strong showings in economic numbers from May …

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New York Is Back! Enters Phase One of Re-Opening Process

After months of a devastating pandemic, New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo took the New York City subway into midtown Manhattan today proclaiming, “New York is back!”. As of yesterday, the state has officially entered phase one of its re-opening process. “Today we are turning the page on the COVID-19 virus as we reopen New York …

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The Truth On Working & Onboarding New Hires Remotely

Over the last few months, we’ve experienced a global, cultural shift to fully remote working as businesses have made necessary changes in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The nearly instant move to remote working has brought to light and made many companies realize (and embrace) the idea of remote working strategies. These strategies don’t just …

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