Once again, it's time for our annual predictions of what to expect in wage and hour law in the new year. Read this article to find out more about the issues that will likely be top of mind for managers who want to help their organizations better manage their workforce and avoid legal liabilities in 2019.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RALEIGH, NC, November 5, 2018 — Acroprint Time Recorder Company of Raleigh, North Carolina has recently earned not one, but two awards for excellence. First, the company was honored when HR Tech Outlook magazine selected Acroprint as one of their Top 10 Workforce Management Solution Providers – 2018 for the company’s AcroTime Workforce [...]
According to a survey by the American Payroll Association, payroll processing is one of the most commonly outsourced human resources functions. But is outsourcing the best way for your organization to handle this important task? Read this article to find out.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company is pleased to offer a limited-time promotion to new customers of AcroTime Payroll services. New clients who sign up for AcroTime Payroll before December 31, 2018, and commence using the service before January 30, 2019 are eligible to receive three free months of payroll processing services, plus free set-up, after they complete four months of service.
As part of our “Christmas in July” celebration, Acroprint is pleased to announce a limited time free shipping offer on web store orders of $50 or more, making the month of July a prime time for Acroprint customers to stock up on clocks, supplies and accessories while taking advantage of the savings on shipping costs.
For most businesses, one of their largest expenses is labor costs. Many businesses try to control labor costs by limiting the amount of overtime they pay. Unfortunately, some tactics used to limit overtime costs can backfire costing the organization far more in the long run than they might have “saved” initially. The Fair Labor [...]
Once again it's time to peer into the crystal ball, swirl the tea leaves, consult my spirit guide and otherwise attempt to predict what wage and hour issues might be coming down the pike in the coming year. The year 2017 saw some significant changes in wage and hour regulations, and I believe we'll be [...]
RALEIGH, NC - Just in time for organizations looking to get prepared for 2018, Acroprint is pleased to announce a limited time free shipping offer on web store orders of $50 or more. The terms of the offer are: The order must be placed through AcroprintStore.com. The order must be shipped to the contiguous 48 [...]
There are laws addressing when a business that's closed due to a disaster has to pay its employees. Ignoring these rules can leave you open to a double whammy — not only do you get hit by the disaster itself, but also by possible wage and hour lawsuits or a Department of Labor audit. Read this article to find out what you need to do to stay on the right side of payroll law after a disaster.
Recently, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has announced a few important changes. In the short run, these changes may not mean much for employers, but over time they have the potential to change the employment landscape in significant ways. Read this article to find out more.
You could soon be looking at valuable experience and institutional knowledge walking out the door... and having to fill vacancies in a significant number of your existing positions. Fortunately, AcroTime is an easy-to-use tool available to help — even if you don't have a dedicated Human Resources department.
According to a recent Gallup survey, 43% of employed Americans in 2016 worked remotely at least some of the time, representing a four percentage-point increase since 2012. AcroTime Workforce Management effectively addresses employers' concerns surrounding time, payroll and HR management of a remote workforce.
Acroprint® Time Recorder Company is pleased to announce new options for collecting employee time punches in our Pendulum software suite. In addition to the DC7000 badge/PIN terminal and HandPunch biometric hand scan terminals, Pendulum now supports the full line of TQ600 terminals.
The FLSA requires employers to pay workers for time they're suffered or permitted to work. Courts have ruled if an employer knew - or should have known - about time worked, the time must be paid... even if the employee doesn't officially report it.
Looking to increase your business profit? Automate your time and attendance tracking! But what about other components of workforce management? Will automating them increase profit, too?
Acroprint Time Recorder Company is pleased to introduce the ATR480 electronic totalizing time clock. This attractively-priced top loading time recorder offers many frequently-requested features and automatically computes employee work time to improve accuracy and save time on payroll processing.
It's no secret employment lawsuits are on the rise. Defending against a lawsuit is time-consuming and expensive. And the cost of back wages, fines, and penalties is going up all the time. Even if you settle before the case goes to trial, you could still be on the hook for a substantial amount. Read this article to find out what's behind many of these lawsuits and steps you can take to prevent them.
It's time once again to peer into the trusty old crystal ball and try to predict the major trends in wage and hour for the coming year. With the election of Donald Trump, we know things are going to change — the question is what will change, and how.
RALEIGH, NC – November 11, 2016 – There is less than one month to go until December 1, when the overtime exemption threshold is scheduled to nearly double. This change will potentially make millions more employees eligible for overtime pay. At Acroprint Time Recorder Company, we know many organizations may still have questions about how [...]
While some business owners mistakenly think that only hourly workers can be paid overtime, the law allows the calculation of overtime pay for salaried workers. But there are a few twists employers need to take into account to avoid legal troubles.
Many of us have a tendency to hold on to things, sometimes longer than we should. We cling to things for security, when in reality they may be holding us back or even causing us harm. Here's the big question: how do you know when it's time to upgrade - or replace entirely - your old time and attendance system?
With less than five months to go until the new overtime threshold takes effect, it's getting to be crunch time for employers trying to prepare for the changes. This article tries to clear up some misconceptions that might have needlessly put employers in a tizzy.
Amid all the talk of the Department of Labor's new overtime threshold rule, you may have missed the news about other recent developments in wage and hour. This article presents a quick round-up of the most notable recent changes.
On May 18, 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor released new overtime rules. The rules, set to become effective December 1, 2016, could substantially increase the number of workers eligible for overtime pay, which will increase businesses' need for accurate time-tracking solutions.
It can happen to any business, at any time. A knock at the door, and suddenly you're facing a team of Department of Labor (DOL) investigators demanding you produce your payroll and tax records. It can be a scary situation! It helps to have a plan in place, so you know what to do and how to respond.
Traditionally, joint employment has existed when an employee works for two different organizations which are closely enough related that they could be considered essentially the same. Under the terms of guidance recently issued by the Department of Labor (DOL), many more organizations may now find themselves classified as joint employers.
Sometimes, you end up shaking your head at the lengths to which unscrupulous employers will go when trying to avoid paying their workers properly. Sometimes it may be inadvertent, but in all too many cases it's clear the employer knew exactly what they were doing. Read on for a few of the examples I've collected recently.
Once again I gaze into my crystal ball to predict what you can expect in wage and hour developments for 2016. Keep these issues on your radar to avoid potential liabilities in the coming year.
Since tracking employee work time is all about the numbers, it’s not surprising that the industry has accumulated a whole bunch of statistics and survey results. Some of them can be interesting, some are instructive, and some can be downright surprising.
A successful workforce management implementation doesn't end with the selection of your solution! Following a few additional important steps can improve employee acceptance of the new system and ensure you get the maximum return from your investment.
Selecting and migrating to a new workforce management system is a big step for you and for your employees. With just a little planning you can greatly increase the chances that you and your workers will be happy with the results you get.
It seems when it comes to using a computer to track employee time, you have two choices. Either you can install software on your own computer, or you can sign up for a cloud-based subscription service. How can a manager decide which is best for her organization?
By now, you've probably heard about the changes to the overtime exemption regulations proposed by the DOL. You may be concerned about what the changes might mean for you and your business, or what you can do now to prepare. Acroprint is here to help.
Do you believe the marketplace demands an agile and flexible workforce? Do you need better access to workforce data to improve your decision making? Do you want to save money, reduce errors and increase employee satisfaction? If you answered yes to any of these questions, automated workforce management may be just what you need.
All day, every day, Acroprint is now offering a great deal on standard shipping: $8 flat rate shipping on web orders. Take advantage of the savings!
Changing the clocks isn't the only time change concern. If you operate a hospital, hotel, convenience store, 24-hour restaurant or any other business that might have employees working through the 2:00am time change, you may have another issue to address.
It's time once again to gaze into the crystal ball and try to predict what wage and hour issues will be at the forefront in 2015. Employers who want to avoid wage and hour liability will likely want to focus on these issues in the coming year.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company is pleased to announce the addition of payroll processing services to their popular AcroTime Workforce Management suite. Based in the cloud for anytime, anywhere access, AcroTime already offers Human Resources tools and Time and Labor Management. With the addition of Payroll, AcroTime now provides a complete, seamless end-to-end workforce management solution.
For most in-house payroll professionals, year-end is the bane of your existence. Our company's employees are counting on us to be sure that their W-2's, 1099's and other end-of-year reports are spot on. Although it can seem like an overwhelming task, it's absolutely do-able.
Acroprint will exhibit their popular AcroTime cloud-based workforce management suite at the NAPEO Annual Conference & Marketplace, and at the EPIC 2014 Trade Show, both to be held during September 2014.
So, you've decided it's time to upgrade to a new automated time and attendance system. A wise decision! Here are a few tips to help you select the right options for you, avoid any last-minute glitches and ensure employee acceptance of the new system.
Payroll waste is like a poltergeist, floating around your premises largely unseen, wreaking havoc everywhere it goes. And, like a ghost, many may not even believe it exists at your company. But it does exist, and the problem may be bigger than you think.
According to a CareerBuilder survey released in Feb. 2014, 48% of employers expect employees to be on time every day, while 18% say they don't care how their employees manage their time, just that they get their work done well. About 34% allow employees to be late every once in a while, as long as [...]
To honor the legendary durability of their clocks and in celebration of the company's 45th anniversary, Acroprint announces a new industry-leading two year limited warranty on most of their clocks and electronic terminals.
Sometimes, when we consider adding or updating a business system, we only look at the out-of-pocket costs. When it comes to your human resources recordkeeping, this can be a huge mistake. Sticking with an old or outdated system — or worse, having no system at all — can cost your company far more than what you could ever spend on the update.
Don't sit around waiting for the government to update the overtime rules. Prepare your business today for smooth sailing in the future.
Let's take a quick tour through some simple steps you can take today to help reduce your chances of getting hit with an expensive, time-consuming wage and hour lawsuit.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company is pleased to announce the latest addition to their lineup of data collection terminals: the TQ600HID proximity terminal. These terminals work with HID proximity badges and integrate easily with both timeQplus Network Time and Attendance Software and the popular AcroTime Online Time Clock service.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the improved ARES V and ARES V Express guard tour systems. These popular rounds-tracking systems have been upgraded to offer USB connectivity with the PC for easier downloading of data.
Computer based time and attendance systems offer a wide variety of options and features. It's easy to become overwhelmed with all the available choices. This checklist may prove helpful when you're evaluating potential solutions.
The BioTouch Time Clock is an innovative, fully self-contained time recorder, which allows organizations to enjoy the security of biometric verification with no software to install and no complicated network set up.
“Forewarned is forearmed,” goes the old saying. And it's definitely true where wage and hour law is concerned. To minimize our wage and hour liability, what should we be focusing on for 2014? Worker Classification There are many incentives for employers to classify workers as contractors, including savings on taxes, paperwork reduction and more. But [...]
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of Pendulum Standard, Premium and Enterprise workforce management suite. Featuring new functionality such as PC Punch with optional biometric fingerprint identification, the software is now fully scalable and able to accommodate unlimited users and employees.
When it comes to employment law, what you don't know can hurt you. Learn the truth about these top five wage and hour myths.
RALEIGH, NC — Acroprint Time Recorder Company is pleased to announce our popular timeQplus software has been enhanced to include several top-requested features. These new features make tracking employee time and attendance even easier and more convenient for our customers. For example, the timeQplus software now offers multiple-level user permissions. Administrators can assign individual permission [...]
OK, I admit it. I'm a time and attendance geek. I get a thrill over things like software updates. Which is why I've been especially giddy the past few days: there's a new version of our timeQplus software available! But lest you think I'm completely unhinged, let me tell you about a few of the [...]
Acroprint Time Recorder Company is pleased to announce a new release of our popular timeQplus Software which will help our customers comply with the reporting requirements of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), or "Obamacare."
As we head into cold and flu season, some workers may be concerned about clocking in or out using a fingerprint or hand-scan biometric device, possibly picking up germs from one of their colleagues. Acroprint's timeQplus FaceVerify eliminates hygiene concerns while offering affordable, accurate workforce management.
Companies everywhere are embracing the idea of using hosted applications and sharing data via the cloud. Did you know you can also manage employee time and attendance in the cloud? It's true — and it just may be a great option for your organization.
What may be a surprise to some employers is that off-hours or remote work can also present wage and hour issues even when the employees are exempt from overtime.
Recently, I came across a blog post in which the author opined biometrics are “sheer overkill” when used for time and attendance. I could not disagree more. The emergence of affordable, easy-to-use biometric technology for time recording brings key benefits to business owners and employees.
We're only human. When an employee files a wage and hour complaint or launches a lawsuit, the temptation can be strong to “get back” at the worker. However tempting it might be to lash out against the person who complained, it's always a bad idea, for a number of reasons. This article explains why.
Acroprint's timeQplus FaceVerify and the ATR360 Biometric Punch Clock headline the display at Acroprint's CeBIT 2013 exhibit in Hannover, Germany.
Every transaction carries hidden costs. In some cases the hidden costs can far outweigh the obvious out-of-pocket price. Sadly, we are not as good at recognizing these hidden costs as we are more obvious expenses. But when we don't take them into account, we may end up making decisions that ultimately cost our company big money.
Every January, law firm Seyfarth Shaw issues a review of the previous years' class action litigation and their predictions for trends in the coming year. We'll take a closer look at what they think is going to happen and how it could affect employers.
My predictions for what we can expect from the Department of Labor and the courts in the area of wage and hour in the year 2013.
The longer you're in business, the more likely it becomes that you will one day have to deal with the after-effects of a disaster. It's hard enough for a business to recover from a disaster as it is. The last thing you need when you're already struggling is to find yourself in hot water over wage and hour violations. It's a good idea to look through these timely reminders now, so you'll know what to do before disaster strikes.
We often focus on the benefits time tracking bring for employers. Equally important, though, are the benefits better time tracking bring for employees.
Acroprint introduces timeQplus FaceVerify, for employee time tracking featuring biometric facial recognition to eliminate buddy punching. Employees can clock in and out without ever touching the terminal, even in poorly-lit environments.
The best workforce management solution in the world won't do you any good if it's still sitting in its box on top of your file cabinet. What can you do to make the implementation process smoother and easier? Read this article to learn five simple best practices that will get you off on the right foot with your new employee time tracking system.
Most business owners are on the lookout for cost savings, especially where payroll and labor cost are concerned. Unfortunately, some attempts at "creative cost containment" go horribly awry and end up costing the business much more in the long run. Read more for stories of lessons learned the hard way.
Acroprint's popular timeQplus software now supports the use of HandPunch terminals for employees clocking in and out. These time-tested, reliable biometric terminals can help eliminate buddy punching, and can be used in situations where a fingerprint scan biometric terminal is not suitable.
In June and July Acroprint announced several significant new products. We’re all pretty excited about the new stuff and I can’t wait to tell you more about it!
The Acroprint ATR360 stops buddy punching in its tracks, without a PC or software to install. It also offers the option of using proximity badges or key fobs for employee identification. The ATR240 time clock offers the same great features as the ATR360 but without the biometric or proximity readers.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces AcroTime web-based workforce management has been enhanced with the addition of a new suite of human resources management tools.
AcroTime Online Time Clock now offers mobile app access allowing easy access via any Android or iPhone smart phone.
On May 16, 2012, Acroprint received the Export Excellence Award from the North Carolina Department of Commerce, International Trade Division. The award recognizes the significant contributions to the economy of the state of North Carolina arising from Acroprint's export activities.
Any business that has employees is liable someday to become the target of a Department of Labor wage and hour investigation. As scary as an investigation can be, it’s even more frightening when you don’t know what to expect. This article presents five things you may not know about wage and hour investigations, along with a few simple steps you can take to minimize your risk.
Wage and hour lawsuits are on the rise, and business wage and hour practices are under a microscope. What are the three biggest wage and hour pitfalls that can trip up even well meaning business owners? How can you protect yourself against an expensive employment lawsuit or DOL investigation?
When it comes to your time and attendance system, have you let inertia take over? Spring is a great time to review your business needs. You just may find an upgraded time and attendance system is in order.
Acroprint will feature the newly-updated timeQplus software and new magnetic-stripe and barcode terminals at CeBIT 2012, the world's largest computer expo, in Hannover, Germany on March 6-12.
Now offering support for magnetic-stripe and barcode terminals in addition to the existing proximity badge and biometric terminals, timeQplus time and attendance software has been updated to be even more robust and versatile. This upgraded workforce management solution now also offers job costing, improved hardware installation tools and an updated interface.
Acroprint's timeQplus time and attendance tracking software for for small business has been upgraded to include job costing functionality, easier terminal set up, updated graphic interface, enhanced terminal data display and two new badge terminal options.
Every day you limp along with your old or outdated time and attendance solution your business is losing money - to time theft, inefficient processes and clerical errors. It's time to make a New Years resolution to upgrade to a modern automated time and attendance software system. Here's how to overcome common roadblocks that might otherwise stop you from keeping this resolution.
What were the major trends in time and attendance in 2011, and what can we look forward to in 2012?
How do you know when it's time to step up to the plate and upgrade to a more modern time and attendance system? As it happens, we can look to the wisdom of the great New York Yankees player/manager Yogi Berra for guidance.
The US Department of Labor (DOL) launched a number of initiatives in 2010 and 2011, aimed at educating employees and business owners about the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), encouraging employer compliance, and making it easier for employees to file FLSA complaints. Here's the one best thing you can do to help protect your business from liability for back wages, penalties and fines.
Perhaps you've been wondering why you should choose an online subscription-based time tracking solution instead of purchased/installed software. Cloud-based time and attendance offers distinct benefits. Let's take a look at a few of them to see if tracking time online is suitable for your organization.
So far, 2011 has seen several important wage and hour lawsuit decisions and significant new employment laws passed. Let's take a closer look at these developments and explore their possible effect on your business.
You may have noticed the shift configuration settings in your Acroprint software for Round, Grace and Dock and wondered what they're used for. Here's a handy explanation of how these powerful settings can help you control labor costs and save time preparing payroll.
Acroprint will exhibit their full line of time and labor management products at the SP Richards Advantage Business Conference 2011 at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada on June 26-29.
Acroprint time and attendance software includes many features designed to help you control and manage labor costs. One such feature is rounding. Find out how rounding works and what you need to know to make best use of this powerful configuration setting.
Acroprint will exhibit their full line of time and attendance solutions at the 2011 ITLMA Conference and Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada, June 15-18, 2011.
Acroprint will exhibit their full line of accurate and reliable time and attendance solutions at the United Stationers Vision Conference, May 16-19, 2011 in Orlando, Florida.
Acroprint will exhibit a full line of employee timekeeping solutions at the GSA Training Conference and Expo 2011, to be held May 10-12 at the San Diego Conference Center in San Diego, CA.
The Department of Labor has updated the regulations related to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), effective May 5, 2011. Are you in compliance with the new rules? Read this article to find out.
Proximity badge time and attendance is an excellent choice for many small and mid-sized businesses. What are the features of a good proximity system, and what should you look out for?
Time and attendance systems and employee time clocks can be used for so much more than just tracking hourly employee time. Think outside the box and discover many more uses for your time tracking solution.
Whether you're new to automated time and attendance or you're considering an upgrade to your current system, every system you consider should offer these basic features.
Our time recorders show up in the darndest places! Have you Seen the Green? Let us know!
From time to time we publish on our home page interesting survey results and other facts related to time and attendance that cross our desks. Here's a collection of some of the best and most interesting.
Learn more about rounding employee punch time. Rounding can help you avoid paying for non-work time, but only if you follow the rules.
Many businesses are looking for ways to increase their profits and improve operational efficiency in 2011. Automating time and attendance tracking can benefit your company in several key ways.
What can we look forward to in the world of wage and hour in the year 2011?
With all the choices available for recording employee time and attendance, making a decision can be stressful and confusing. Answering just a few questions about your business environment and needs can help narrow your alternatives and ensure you choose the best solution for you.
While computer-based time and attendance solutions are all the rage, there are times when a traditional punch clock is a better alternative. Find out whether a mechanical or electronic time recorder is right for you, and how to choose the best alternative.
A 2010 Axsium Group survey found large companies save $1,600 per employee, on average, after implementing a workforce management solution. Click here to find out how much an automated time & attendance solution can save you.
Wage and hour class action lawsuits now outnumber all other types of employment discrimination class actions combined. Such a lawsuit could cost your business thousands, even millions, of dollars. What can you do to limit your potential liability?
How many ways can you save money with an automated time and attendance solution? Time tracking software offers many time and money saving benefits for organizations of all types and sizes.
Is your business guilty of any of these common time and attendance mistakes? Those who are risk lawsuits, wage and hour audits, fines and penalties. Find out what to do (and what NOT to do) in this article.
The U.S. Department of Labor recently released their Semiannual Regulatory Agenda. This article focuses on two wage and hour issues identified in the Agenda for DOL attention: classification of employees versus independent contractors, and the overtime exemption for home companions.
Glenn Robbins, president of Acroprint Time Recorder Company in Raleigh, NC, is scheduled to be the keynote speaker on Friday, June 11 at the 32nd annual Independent Time & Labor Management Association (ITLMA) Annual Conference and Exposition in Scottsdale, AZ.
Many businesses have turned to biometrics to eliminate costly buddy punching. If you're considering biometric technology to track time and attendance, or if you're wondering if biometrics can help you, this article offers information you can use.
Employee classification is more than just hourly and salaried. There's also the issue of classification of employee versus independent contractor. This issue will be receiving a great deal of interest and focus from the Department of Labor in 2010 and beyond. What do you need to know to keep your business safe?
Did you know you can legally track your salaried employees' work time? There are many compelling reasons to do so. Learn why it's a good idea in this revealing newsletter article.
Acroprint introduces AcroTime, a web-based employee time tracking solution that promises to streamline payroll processing, help control labor costs and provide anytime, anywhere reporting for companies of all sizes — without requiring any of their IT resources to install or maintain software.
What are the specific criteria you must meet to classify any particular job as exempt from overtime regulations? Find out in this timely article.
Increasing focus on employee classification makes this an important issue for 2010. What do you need to know about how to classify employees? Find out here.
What are the trends to watch in wage and hour for 2010? Find out what's on the horizon in the world of time and attendance in this article.
This article offers a structured approach to evaluating your choices when deciding on a time and attendance tracking solution.
Acroprint's timeQplus V3 software has been enhanced with 64-bit capabilities and support for Microsoft Windows 7.
Announcing improved proximity badge and biometric terminals for timeQplus Version 3, now offering built-in support for USB thumb drives to make data transfer and employee set up even easier than before.
Acroprint is pleased to introduce MasterSync, our first wireless clock system. The MasterSync system is economical, easy to install and highly customizable, offering a wide range of clock design options and system accessories.
This month, Acroprint Time Recorder Company celebrates 40 years of helping small businesses save time and save money through accurate and dependable time and attendance tracking.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces new and improved versions of the ES1000 time clock, featuring atomic accuracy, easier programming and an enhanced feature set.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of the highly flexible and customizable small business computer time clock system timeQplus version 3.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces new and improved versions of the ES700 and ES900 time clocks, offering numerous enhancements including atomic accuracy, easier card positioning and more flexible print options.
To help small businesses during these tough times, Acroprint is offering rebates on selected products when purchased through a participating dealer before January 30, 2009.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of the innovative SP125, the industry's first solar-powered employee punch clock.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of the advanced DC7000, the next generation in data collection terminals for time and attendance and other custom software applications.
Acroprint announces the extension of their product line's new contemporary black and silver color scheme to their ES700 and ATR120 electronic time recorders. The new style is designed to coordinate with today's office decor while concealing smudges and fingerprints, offering a clean, professional appearance even in high-traffic environments.
Acroprint announces the introduction of a fresh, contemporary look for the ES900 electronic time recorder. The classic black and silver color scheme is designed to coordinate with today's office decor, as well as concealing smudges and fingerprints, offering a clean, professional appearance even in high-traffic environments.
Acroprint announces the release of innovative Green Guards time cards, featuring 30% post-consumer recycled content and antimicrobial technology.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of the value-priced, easy set up, simple to use Acroprint PD100 electric time recorder.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces an updated website design.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of the timeQplus Biometric fingerprint-scan biometric time and attendance system.
Acroprint announces the release of Pendulum time and attendance software, supporting your choice of a wide array of data input options and offering such features as job costing, unlimited employee capacity, over 70 report options and more.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of the ATRx Biometric 1000 hand-geometry biometric time and attendance system, making this reliable and time-tested technology affordable for small businesses.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the winners of the 2004 Green Machine Challenge. The challenge was open to Acroprint dealears and resellers; the winner received a green Ford F-150 pickup truck.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company employees have embarked on a fitness challenge, attempting to walk at least three million steps each during 2005.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company was showcased in the 15th anniversary issue of Business Leader magazine.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the appointment of Mike Valchar as National Accounts Manager and of Dina Westbrook as National Accounts Administrator.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of the ES1000 totalizing electronic payroll recorder, with top-load convenience, 100-employee capacity, automatic Daylight Saving Time adjustments and more.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of Secure PunchIn, a biometric fingerprint time and attendance system with a price any small business can afford.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of ATRx ProxTime, a proximity-badge based time and attendance system.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces that its software products, ATR 20/20 and ATR9800, now provide seamless integration with Microsoft Business Solution — Solomon.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the launch of a newly redesigned website offering an updated look-and-feel and expanded product descriptions.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of the versatile ES900. This programmable electronic clock can be used as a time recorder, a time stamp, or a numbering machine.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company introduces the economical, fast and easy-to-use ATR120 electronic employee time clock.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces that they are now members of the Intuit Developer Network. This allows Acroprint to develop seamless integration between Acroprint time and attendance software and systems and Intuit QuickBooks accounting software.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces a new look for the ET and ETC heavy-duty document control stamps. The new design has been enhanced by the use of the signature Acroprint Green color and a sleeker, more modern profile to compliment any office setting.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces an upgrade to the popular Time Q Plus system, which now allows switching between English and Spanish language terminal display.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company introduces HRx, human resources records management software.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of the economical ES700. This attractive clock can be used for tracking employee hours, registering time in or out of documents, job costing or a host of other applications.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces that the ATR 20/20 and ATR9800 time and attendance systems are now available with Recognition Systems HandPunch 2000, HandPunch 3000, or HandPunch 4000 hand-geometry biometric terminals.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of ATR 20/20 time and attendance software.
A 2008 Nucleus Research study revealed 19% of employees admit to buddy-punching. And you know if that many admit to it, even more have done it but won't say so. A timeQplus V3 Biometric time and attendance system can stop costly buddy-punching in its tracks!
In an Aberdeen Group study, 88% of “Best in Class” companies automate their time and attendance data collection. You can join their ranks: automate your employee time tracking with an affordable Acroprint time and attendance system!
In a recent survey, 60% of respondents say their employees aren't accurately reporting their time, or they don't know if reported time is accurate. You don't have to suffer the same fate — you can use an Acroprint time and attendance system for indisputable time records.
An Aberdeen Group study published in February 2008 says 86% of “Best-in-Class” companies integrate their time and attendance system with their payroll system. Acroprint's software and web-based solutions offer built-in exports for most popular payroll software and payroll services.
According to a survey conducted by the American Payroll Association, 82% of companies surveyed planned to purchase new or upgraded payroll software within the next two years. If you're still manually entering time and attendance data to your payroll system, it may be time to consider a new time and attendance system as well.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor, employer costs for employee compensation averaged $26.05 per hour worked in September 2005.
According to the 2004 National Payroll Week Survey, conducted by the American Payroll Association, over half the respondents indicated they support the use of biometric technology to record time and attendance.
On November 8, 2005, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that employers must pay employees for the time it takes to put on and take off safety gear and the time it takes them to walk between the changing area and the production area. Workers must also be compensated for time they spend waiting to take [...]
According to a survey conducted by Nucleus Research, reported by InformationWeek.com, timekeeping software can pay for itself in as little as a few months. Payback comes from reductions in clerical errors, processing time and unauthorized leave and overtime, as well as from elimination of the cost of paper time sheets or time cards. Of the [...]
According to opinion letters issued in January and April, 2005 by the U.S. Department of Labor, an employer can require exempt employees to record and track their hours worked without jeopardizing the employees' exempt status — as long as the timekeeping policy is not for the purpose of wage payment tied to hours actually worked.
According to a survey conducted by the American Payroll Association: 65% of the respondents collect time and attendance using an automated process, or a combination of manual and automated processes. (The responses noted some of those collecting information manually were in the process of switching to an automated solution.)
The Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the laws in most states require that employers keep accurate records of hours worked by nonexempt employees. An employee time clock or time and attendance system can simplify your recordkeeping, saving you both time and money.
by Kirsten Tyler “Time seems to go by much quicker to me now. When I was approaching 16, it seemed as if time stood still, but now... not in middle age. The weeks seem to run together. Everything is measured by nine hour plus workdays and the weekends. Now time seems to be something I [...]