Employee Time Tracking: Laws and Best Practices HR Departments Need to Be Aware Of
Ensure Your HR Department Complies With Rules and Regulations
This whitepaper is for HR departments looking to optimize the work they do by following best practices and complying with federal laws to avoid litigation and ultimately save both time and money. Here are a few points you’ll be more familiar with after reading it:
How Do the FLSA Break Laws Apply to Your Business?
HR departments should be aware of FLSA break laws which stipulate that companies must record all employee breaks, regardless of whether they’re paid or not. Find out why digital time and attendance monitoring software is the best option to track employee rest periods.
Discover Best Practices to Save your HR Team Time and Money
As well as laws to abide by, there are also best practices HR departments can follow to design their time and attendance tracking in order to prevent time theft, which can cause financial loss for a company. This whitepaper will tell you more about them:
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