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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. Connect with her on LinkedIn

By: Katherine Muniz Apr 30, 2018

Should You Implement a Floating Holidays Policy?

Floating holidays are a more flexible alternative to providing employees with a standard list of company-recognized holidays on which employees have paid time off. In comparison to traditional leave policies, which designate holidays based
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By: Katherine Muniz Apr 01, 2017

FingerCheck Tablet App Can Now Display Employee Time Cards

One of FingerCheck's most innovative products is our FingerCheck Time Clock app, which turns Apple and Android tablets into fully functioning time clocks. While this time clock app was already designed with several useful features, it's g
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By: Katherine Muniz Dec 20, 2016

What Happens if You Don’t Track your Employees’ Time?

The Fair Labor Standards Act requires all covered employers to keep certain records for each nonexempt worker, including hours worked each day and total hours worked each workweek.  However, for smaller businesses, tracking employee ti
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By: Katherine Muniz Dec 16, 2016

Observing Federal Holidays When They Fall on the Weekend

This year, both Christmas and New Year's Day fall on the weekend. So what does that mean for your employees? You decide. While you aren't required to give employees the day off for any holiday, most employers at least give employees the da
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By: Katherine Muniz Dec 15, 2016

Why is Comp Time Off Almost Never Allowed?

Compensatory time, or 'comp time' as it is better known, refers to the practice of granting employees extra time off instead of cash overtime wages as compensation when working overtime. Because this practice conflicts with the Fair Labor
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