Webinar | Key Legislative Updates for the Hourly Workforce | Tuesday, September 24th | 12 PM CST

Has predictive scheduling legislation reached your workforce? How about salary history bans? If they haven’t already, they likely will soon. 

Join Jennifer Long on September 24, 2019 at 12 PM CST to find out how far these legislative trends have spread and tips for updating your policies and practices. Topics will include:

  •  Predictive scheduling laws
  • Overview of salary history ban
  • Various penalties for noncompliance
  • Tips for updating your policies and practices

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Maintain Accurate Wage and Hour Records

AVOID WAGE AND HOUR RECORDKEEPING VIOLATIONS

The Fair Labor Standards Act requires employers to maintain detailed records of employee work hours and wage history. Companies relying on manual time tracking are especially vulnerable to recordkeeping violations.

KEEP AN AUTOMATIC AUDIT TRAIL

Paper time and attendance records aren’t just hard to sift through—they also offer less transparency and credibility than electronically-generated reports.

Blueforce helps you prevent wage and hour recordkeeping violations by automatically maintaining detailed time and attendance records, which serve as your on demand audit trail in the event of a lawsuit or Department of Labor investigation. You can compile and access time and attendance data through a range of real-time reports, which can be customized to meet your needs.

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“The comprehensive auditing capabilities of EPAY's time and attendance system allow us to dramatically improve our organization’s compliance-related exposure.”

Richard Kindorf, Senior Vice President

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