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 •  September 12

Employees commonly showing up late to work, forgetting to clock in or causing other problems in the workplace can disrupt your business and impact employee morale. While there is technology to help cut back on some of these problematic areas, sometimes an employee continues to stir the pot. If someone at work demonstrates lack of respect or issues...

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 •  August 24

Designing a system that offers the same level of usability to companies of all types and sizes is, in a word, challenging. Every company has its own approaches to data, and accommodating all of those needs requires a flexible feature set. New and prospective clients often ask ExakTime how they can use our cloud-based time tracking software for the...

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 •  August 15

Congrats! Just by visiting ExakTime’s web site and blog, you’ve taken the first steps towards dramatically improving productivity in your business. The small hurdles commonly faced when onboarding to a new time tracking system are easy to jump over, with a bit of preparation. I detail a few scenarios I’ve seen below, and how to approach them to...

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 •  August 9

Buddy punching and other forms of employee time theft cost businesses thousands of dollars each pay period – and many businesses don’t even know they’re losing money! What is time theft? The most basic definition of time theft is any instance of an employee accepting payment for time they didn’t actually work. This can take many forms: Buddy...

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 •  July 27

When it comes to keeping tabs on remote employees, GPS tracking is one of the most popular—and most effective—ways to ensure your employees are where they say they are. GPS-tracking features can vary widely in their implementation, from constant updates about the employee’s location to one-time notifications when the employee punches in our...

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 •  July 19

Meal breaks and periodic rests are essential refueling tactics for construction workers during long days performing physical labor, as well as for landscapers and others in physically demanding jobs. While the U.S. Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) does not require an employer to offer meal breaks or lunch periods to their employees, certain states...

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 •  July 12

Every person at a business has a role in selling, and there are several easy ways to influence your contracts in a positive way and be a better salesperson by asking a few unassuming yet effective questions. Your clients will not only appreciate your thoroughness, they’ll also bring you more business. Understand your client’s timeline. This seems...

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 •  July 10

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, an estimated $1.18 trillion in total construction spending was reached during January 2017. That was a 3.1% increase compared to January of 2016. What does this mean exactly? Well, for one thing, expenditure in the construction industry is growing. In fact, residential construction alone saw a 5.5%...

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 •  June 29

Microsoft has profiled ExakTime as an outstanding new cloud client. In a case study on ExakTime’s shift from on-premises software to a SaaS (software as a service) offering using the Microsoft Azure Cloud Platform, Microsoft says ExakTime customers can now enjoy “a more robust and easy-to-use product, full of new features”. ExakTime uses Microsoft...

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 •  June 27

When working on a construction site, there are three things project managers can’t stress enough: safety, safety and safety. And after a while, “safety first” can become second nature for construction workers as they go through their day-to-day routines. That said—preventable, on-the-job accidents are still far too common in the construction...