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Free Time and Attendance Resources

Employee time clock software publisher now hosts free time and attendance tools for small businesses.

FRESNO, CA – November 18, 2010 – Redcort Software has released new free online resources that provide businesses with handy reference tools. Resources include overtime rules for each state and calendars with the dates of common business and federal holidays. These free time and and attendance resources join Redcort’s free time card calculator that provides employees with an easy way to total daily and weekly hours in a convenient printable timesheet.

“Our free employee resources are a way to give back to our loyal Virtual TimeClock software users," said Keith DeLong, CEO and founder of Redcort Software. “It’s a privilege to begin expanding our www.redcort.com web site with these free tools that are tremendously helpful to businesses interested in our employee time clock software.”

The state overtime rules brings together an easy to use (but hard to find) summary of daily, weekly, and any special premium pay rules for every U.S. state and territory. The other reference includes a set of calendars of common holidays observed by U.S. businesses and all the U.S. federal holidays for four consecutive years. The free time and attendance resources are available at the Redcort Software web site.

About Redcort Software
Redcort Software has been developing, publishing and supporting time clock software since 1986 and on the Internet since 1997. Redcort Software actively pursues customer relationships through direct sales, regular feedback and world-class technical support. Tens of thousands of workers at businesses in over 50 countries rely on Virtual TimeClock software every business day.

Contact Information
Jeff Morrow
Redcort Software
323 W. Cromwell Ave. #101
Fresno, CA 93711
(559) 434-8544

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