Punching The ClockThe people behind the world's best employee time clock software
Virtual TimeClock + Payroll Integration = Worry Free Payday
Thu, Aug 26 2010 03:04 | payroll
I'm always a little anxious when we release a new version of our employee time clock software. It's not because I'm worried about it not working like it should since I know the engineering is solid and the QA team has run it through the paces. I think it's more because I want each of our customers to be able to use all of the new features. I know that's not practical. Although each new release of Virtual
Maintaining Labor Compliance
Small business owners can spend many hours processing payroll each pay period. And this does not include all the time spent trying to stay current with labor laws and business regulations. Business expansion becomes a double-edged sword as hiring more employees often means bringing on additional payroll specialists to accommodate your company's growth and monitor increasing payroll compliance. Many
Choosing the Best Payroll Time Clock Software
It is not unusual to spend hours collecting and totaling employee time cards each payroll period. Hand written time sheets are usually filled out the day before payroll is due, and time cards from a mechanical or electric time clock are usually full of hand written notes explaining missed or late punches. All of those notes have to be deciphered, interpreted, and corrected before payroll can be processed.
Fresno Mayor Highlights Virtual TimeClock in State of The City Address
In her May 27, 2010 State of the City Address, Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin highlighted Virtual TimeClock and Redcort Software as a leading technology company in California's 5th largest city.Here's a three minute clip: Jeff Morrow has been lobbying for some new t-shirts. On the front it says "Redcort Software". On the back it says, "You gotta come
Standing in the Spotlight
Thu, Jun 24 2010 11:03
We all like to be recognized for our efforts. Of course, some like the recognition more than others. Some just enjoy doing their jobs well and remaining out of the spotlight and behind the scenes. But it's always nice to know you're appreciated and that the work you're doing is not going unnoticed. So you can imagine our surprise and delight when our Virtual TimeClock software was mentioned by name
Computer Time Clock Software is the Best Choice For Time and Attendance Tracking
The 1990s were an important era for small businesses as more and more companies embraced the new Computer Age birthed by wide spread acceptance of the Internet and moved their business practices to a digital format. This age has often been characterized by the ability to freely transfer information, and to have instant access to information that would have been difficult to find or retrieve before.
Computer Time Clock Software for Punch Clock Replacement
Mon, Jun 21 2010 04:39 | choosing time clock software
When the first employee punch clock was invented in 1888, its only purpose was to record the time employees entered and left the factory. The date and time information stamped on the original timecard gave the factory owner an official record of the time worked by each employee. Today, punch clocks are expensive to buy, difficult to maintain, reduce employee accountability, are inefficient, and make
Comparing Time and Attendance Software
Tue, Jun 15 2010 10:04 | time and attendance
There are many reasons businesses choose to update their employee time and attendance systems. For some, the cost of maintaining mechanical and electronic punch clocks make them impractical choices when cutting costs is paramount to survival in a difficult economy. Others are wanting to hold employees accountable with something more than a paper timecard or manual timesheet. In other words, they are
Choosing Employee Time Clock Software
Tue, Jun 8 2010 02:59
If you are an owner or manager of a business, you know the frustrations that come with trying to keep track of employee time and attendance. There are lots of options available, depending on your needs. If you would like to move away from mechanical punch clocks and paper timesheets, then employee computer time clock software may be exactly what you need to help your business simplify payroll processing,
Employee Time Clock Software Benefits
Fri, Jun 4 2010 02:39 | choosing time clock software
A traditional timesheet allows employees to record when they start and end specific tasks. For some employees, this just amounts to starting work in the morning and punching out at the end of the day. For others, this may involve keeping detailed start and end times for various activities, projects, or jobs throughout the day. Whatever your business needs, time and attendance software allows your employees
Tue, May 25 2010 01:11
Google's 'Search Stories' campaign led me to ponder my last 25 years as a software developer. The result is my story in 60 seconds. I called it Job Security.While not directly related to our employee time clock software, it does give a little back story and a hint at the future!
Taking Time Off The Clock
Wed, May 12 2010 02:02
As the leader of a business that publishes employee time clock software, we help employers all over the world easily manage their employee time and attendance. I find it a little ironic that my current inspiration has come from some time far away from the punch clock.Having been immersed in the thrill of leading our fast growing company, I've somehow managed to go nearly eight
Whatever Happened to Customer Service?
Tue, Apr 27 2010 10:46 | customer service
We take customer service for our time and attendance software very seriously. When customers need help with their time clock software, or prospective customers have questions about Virtual TimeClock, we want to leave them delighted by the experience. But have you ever tried to define customer service? Some would certainly say it's how well a company consistently meets the needs of its customers. But
How Do You Want to be Remembered?
Thu, Mar 18 2010 10:55 | Redcort Software
In celebration of St. Patrick's Day, I decided to do a little research on the man who's inspired the color, the clover, and the corned beef. Legend has it that St. Patrick was responsible for driving all the snakes from Ireland. That's not a bad thing to have on your resume, that is, if your island had a problem with snakes (biologists don't think there ever were any snakes in Ireland).This got me
The Pareto Principle Is Alive and Well
Thu, Feb 18 2010 12:40 | Virtual TimeClock software
You probably know what the Pareto principle is, although you may not know it by that name. It’s more commonly referred to as the ’80-20 rule’. It’s named after an Italian economist who at the beginning of the twentieth century observed that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the population. He applied his observation at home and discovered that 20% of the pea pods in his garden contained