Time Management System to Comply with Massachusetts Break Laws

Use a Time Management System to Comply with Massachusetts Break Laws

Employees, whether full-time or part-time, need to take breaks during their work hours. As a manager or business owner, you have some discretion in when those rest periods are allowed. More importantly, you want to make sure you comply with Massachusetts break laws. The state provides strict protections for employees receiving meal breaks. You want…

Best Practice in Implementing an Attendance Monitoring System

Best Practice in Implementing an Attendance Monitoring System

Do you own or manage a business with many employees? How do you currently keep track of their attendance? If you’re still using old-fashioned methods of timekeeping like punch-in and out clocks or recording hours on a spreadsheet, you could be costing your business time and money. With today’s focus on flexibility and speed, new…

Employee Engagement Report: US workers detached

Article reposted with permission from raptmedia.com Technology—particularly the internet and social media—is invariably changing the way people engage, make decisions and exhibit loyalty. Fragmented content consumption, constant distraction, and consumer control continue to shift the rules on all of us. Not only is this the new reality for brands trying to reach and inspire a connection…

Breaks in 10 and 12-Hour Shifts Help with Safety and Productivity

Breaks in 10 and 12-Hour Shifts Help with Safety and Productivity

Change can be uncomfortably disruptive in the workplace. Implementing new initiatives are not always accepted easily. This is particularly true when it comes to changing work schedules. However, remaining competitive and keeping employees happy requires doing something differently. Typically, employees can accept new options supportive of better work/life balance and productivity. With this in mind,…