By: Katherine Muniz Jan 03, 2017

FingerCheck360 Now Detects When Employees Are Paid Less Than the Minimum Wage

If you use FingerCheck360 payroll and keep up with our new features, you know that we are always enhancing our payroll platform for your benefit. Keeping you in compliance with state and federal laws is our top priority, especially when it comes to paying your employees.

That’s why we are introducing a new payroll feature that detects if your employees are being paid less than the federal/local minimum wage while running payroll.  FingerCheck360 will automatically determine if the employee is below the minimum wage threshold by taking into consideration the state, company size, and other factors that impact the way the minimum wage is calculated.

If it detects that an employee is going to be paid less than the owed minimum wage, you will receive a warning within the payroll preview window. This way, you are provided with the opportunity to correct the payments before running payroll, keeping your business operating in full compliance with the law.

In order to use this feature, simply go to the Payroll Menu within the Setup tab, and select the work location by “Minimum Wage Calculation.” For guidance, we break down how to set up the minimum wage calculation for payroll step-by-step on the help desk.  We implement new features on FingerCheck360 every month and constantly make improvements and modifications to our platform based on your feedback.

Katherine is a New York-based digital writer who joined Fingercheck in 2015. She promotes Fingercheck through the power of the written word. She graduated from Fordham University with a B.A. in Communications and Media Studies with a focus on Journalism.

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