THE FOLLOWING RECORD WAS ADDED TO THE TIMEKEEPING UPDATE BULLETIN:
Short Description: Daylight Saving Time(DST)this Sunday
Detailed Description: This Sunday the 11th of March, most of North America moves clocks forward one hour for Daylight Saving Time(DST). Where DST is observed, our clocks automatically account for DST changes making manual adjustments unnecessary. Clients whose employees worked over the time change will notice a new temporary column on the time cards to show the adjustment. Even if the clock temporarily displays the incorrect time when an employee punches(some clocks with old software versions update the displayed time after a transmit), the time card will still be accurate, since our clocks transmit punches according to coordinated universal time(UTC) and then the servers recompute the correct local time.
What To Tell Your Clients: The timekeeping system adjusts for DST automatically. Please report anything unexpected.
Employee Rights Notice Posting
As of January 31, 2012, most private sector employers are required to post a notice advising employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act. The notice should be posted in a conspicuous place, where other notifications of workplace rights and employer rules and policies are posted. Employers also should publish a link to the notice on an internal or external website if other personnel policies or workplace notices are posted there.
For further information about the posting, including a detailed discussion of which employers are covered by the NLRA, and what to do if a substantial share of the workplace speaks a language other than English, please see our Frequently Asked Questions.
You may download and print the notice using the links below. You may also fill out this form or call 202-273-0064 and copies will be mailed free of charge.
PLEASE NOTE: The poster is required to be 11 x 17 inches, in color or in black-and-white. When printing to full size, be sure to set your printer output to 11 x 17. Or you may print the two 8.5 x 11 pages and tape them together.
The NLRB is translating the poster into 26 other commonly used languages. As the translations are available they will be posted here.
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TimePay$ Payroll, time clocks and HR Solutions is a member of PNG Professional Networking Group. We provide this seminar as a service on our blog.
Put Social Media To Work For Your Business
• Have you been wondering what social media is?
• Are you unsure as to how Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Constant Contact can help your business increase exposure and sales?
• Would you like to know how to maximize your business’s use of social media?
Once upon a time, having a website presence was all your business needed to compete on the Internet. Today, having a website is simply not enough. Using social media is part of your business marketing plan is indispensable.
This seminar will introduce you to the uses of social media as a marketing tool and teach you how to use and apply the various forms of social media in your business.
When Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Where Dedham Hilton
Time 9:00 am – 11:00 am
$15 per person, Register by May 6 through PayPal at www.pngma.com or by check payable to PNG and mailed to Bob Humphrys, Jack Conway Real Estate 854 Washington St. Canton, MA 02021
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Carissa O’Brien, Red Box Communications and ProMed Network. Content producer, speaker, social media strategist.
Joe Giggey, Gig I.T. Consulting, President Quincy Technology Council;Web Designer, SEO and Social Media Consultant and Certified Presenter
Professional Networking Group (PNG) is a business and professional networking organization whose primary purpose is to exchange qualified business referrals. For more info: contact Scott Johnson 617-298-1000 or email@example.com.
For more information contact Neal Hunt, Infinity Capital LLC, 781-828-2700 or at mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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• ONLINE INTERNET AND OR CLOUD PAYROLL
o DO PAYROLL ANY WHERE THERE IS INTERNET ACCESS
o PAPERLESS if you choose
o ACCESS / CONTROL YOUR DATA ONLINE OR LOCALLY. We can configure this so an application and your data resides on your computer as well as on the Internet (This is a @TimePay$ exclusive feature)
o EMPLOYEE SELF SERVE
• WORKERS COMP INSURANCE — PAY AS YOU GO
o NO MORE ANNUAL AUDITS
o IMPROVE CASH FLOW WITH NO MORE BIG PAYMENTS
o NO MORE BIG UP FRONT PAYMENTS
o NO MORE BIG YEAR END PAYMENTS.. AFTER THE AUDIT!
o LEAST EXPENSIVE WAY TO PAY FOR WORKER’S COMP.
o WHY PAY UP FRONT WHEN YOU CAN PAY AS YOU GO?
• INTERNET TIME & ATTENDANCE & TIME CLOCKS
o EASY TO USE AND VERY, VERY INEXPENSIVE, CHEAPER THAN MANUAL TIME CARDS
o CONVENIENT! EDIT TIME CARDS ANYWHERE THERE IS INTERNET ACCESS, THEN JUST CALL @TimePay$ AND WE CAN IMPORT PAYROLL FOR YOU
o NO MORE ADDING TIME CARDS, MUCH MORE ACCURATE
o DATA INPUT BY PHONE, SWIPECLOCK, FINGERPRINT READER, WEB CLOCK
o SAVE MONEY NOT COMPILING TIME
o INTEGRATES WITH PAYROLL
o NO MORE ARCHIVING CARDS FOR LABOR AUDITS
o FREE SET UP TO EXISTING @TimePay$ CLIENTS
o APPROACHING O/T Automatic Email Reports.
o EMPLOYEE SELF SERVE
o JOB COSTING
o SCHEDULING AND SCHEDULE MATCHING.
• QUICKBOOKS G/L EXPORT
o NO MORE ENTERING YOUR G/L MANUALLY, JUST IMPORT IT!
o EASY AND ACCURATE
o COST EFECTIVE… WHY DO THE SAME WORK TWICE?
• 401K INTEGRATED WITH PAYROLL
o DOWNLOAD AUTOMATICALLY TO YOUR PROVIDER
o SERVICING Nationwide and Online 401K
o Save money. Not all 401K’s are equal!
• INSURANCE & BENEFITS PRODUCTS
o Need a CPA? We know a lot of them.
o Need a Bookkeeper?
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL EMILY or Michael @ 617-298-1000
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With this cutting edge product you get full Reporting, Remote Check Printing Option, Internet Time, Labor and Attendance Integration & Importing, Labor Scheduling and Electronic Schedule Matching and editing, different time clocks, HR and all the other features you get with our best in class PC payroll engine and Internet Time and Attendance.
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We will convert any existing client FREE OF CHARGE and this product costs the same as your existing platform.
For information and a demonstration please call 617-298-1000 or email email@example.com
This blog is not to be construed as legal advice. Please consult a qualified attorney for all legal matters. Nothing on this site is meant to portray infallibility.
At the bottom of this blog is a copy of a checklist from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that may be useful to use to make sure you are in compliance with 201 CMR 17.0. If you have personal information for employees or clients you should review this checklist and consult experts in the field.
When it comes to payroll, time and attendance and HR (Human Resources) Security is always at the front of our minds, and it should be. One of the best ways to prevent Internet theft is through good, highly secure passwords. Most people do not have the best system for Password selection.
What to do avoid:
Names in the english language – Hackers use dictionary lists to try for the obvious. Your name, social security, dates of birth or personal significance, addresses, etc. all are problematic.
What to do:
Make sure you have up to date spyware, malware, anti virus software, software and hardware firewalls.
Make sure you change all applicable passwords upon termination of an employee.
Change passwords on a regular basis.
How to design a more secure password system that you can remember:
Pick a phrase and use the first letter, mix capitals and lower case, numbers and characters.
Phrase = In 1971 my first dog was Rover when I lived at Cranberry Lane.
Password = I1971mfdwRwIl@CL
This is a long example but it gets the point across and the user is unlikely to easily forget this password.
201 CMR 17.0 Checklist
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