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  1. Meet Jessica Oldenkamp

     
    This past February Jessica Oldenkamp joined Redcort Software as a new member of our Customer Care Team. After growing up locally, Jessica’s prior administrative career with the IRS enabled her to experience living in both Southern California and the Seattle...
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  2. Overtime & Minimum Wage Laws

     
    Our website has several resource pages that centralize helpful information for employers and businesses operating within the United States. These pages are updated periodically to reflect changes implemented by U.S. government as well as individual states and territories. All our...
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  3. Virtual TimeClock Version 16: Sneak Peek

     
    Virtual TimeClock Version 16 is scheduled for release this spring. This new release has many new features designed to make time and attendance easier for users, program administrators, and business owners.  
     
    Here are a few highlights...
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  4. Michael Easton Joins Redcort

     
    We are pleased to introduce Michael Easton to the Redcort team. Michael will be working as a Customer Care Specialist while he learns about the company and its products.
     
    Michael comes from an engineering and operations background...
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  5. Saying Farewell to Jeff Morrow

     
    Here at Redcort Software, we are always sad to have a member of the team leave, especially when they have been with the business for almost a decade. However, we are also exited to see our employees pursue new passions...
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  6. Recording Time or Reporting Time?

     
    The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires all employers to keep accurate time records for employees that are non-exempt. Employers are allowed latitude when it comes to selecting the method they use to record employee time but the method of...
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  7. Industry Review: Law Offices

     
    The debate about whether billable hours is a good business model or not continues but one thing is for sure, the $257 billion legal industry is growing. Some analysts estimate growth of 10-12% in the next two years. Currently, more...
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  8. ​Quickbooks® Online

     
    If you own or manage a small to medium-sized business, you are probably aware of the Intuit®1 company name and their popular product, Quickbooks® . Intuit® was started in 1983 and after the success of Quicken®...
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  9. ​Are Businesses Open on Labor Day?

     
    September holds many important dates such as WWII VJ Day on the 2nd, 911 Remembrance, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, and even the Autumnal Equinox on the 23rd. None of these days are federal or business holidays however. Labor Day,...
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  10. Industry Review: Education

     
    According to industry experts, K-12 and higher education is expected to grow by 4.7% to nearly $16.6 billion in 2015. A subsector of that reported growth will be continued strong investment in technology-based solutions in both the classroom and administrative...
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  11. Software Specialist Job Opening

     
    Do you enjoy interacting with people of diverse backgrounds from all over the world? Do you like being the person with all the answers? If so, then you'd make a great addition to our team here at Redcort Software. The...
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  12. Technical Specialist Job Opening

     
    Do you enjoy solving problems? Are you the person family and friends go to for help with technical issues? If so, then you'd make a great addition to our team here at Redcort Software. The Technical Specialist is the technical...
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  13. Windows 10 is coming!

     
    Windows 10 will be launching on July 29, but it's not likely to be available for all types of devices right away. Microsoft has planned a phased approach with Windows 10, making it available for desktop and laptop computers first,...
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  14. CheckMark® Payroll Integration

     
    Alongside the computer technology boom that began in the 1980s, a company called CheckMark®1 emerged. Shortly after its start in 1984, one of CheckMark® earliest products was accounting software for the Mac computer called General Ledger. Almost 10...
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  15. Ready for the California Sick Leave Law?

     
    Beginning July 1, 2015, the California Healthy Workplaces Healthy Families Act (State Assembly Bill AB 1522) takes effect. This new law requires all employers (with few exceptions) in the state to accrue and award paid sick leave to employees who...
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  16. Is Your Business ACA Compliant?

     
    Does your business need to pay for employee healthcare under the Affordable Care Act (ACA)? Most small businesses in the U.S. employ less than 50 workers and are currently exempt from the Employer Shared Responsibility (ESR) provisions under ACA. However,...
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  17. July 2015 Holidays

     
    Canada Day, formerly known as Dominion Day, is a federal statutory holiday celebrated in Canada on July 1st each year. Canada Day commemorates the enactment of the British North America Act of 1867 (later called the Constitution Act) which joined...
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  18. Windows Server 2003 Support

     
    Like Windows XP in 2014, Microsoft will be ending support for its Server 2003 platform on July 14, 2015. So what does that mean? According to Microsoft’s website, their programming team will no longer be updating security patches for vulnerabilities...
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  19. RFID and Barcode Readers

     
    Advances in technology bring benefits to many businesses. These benefits often result in an increase in efficiency, accuracy, and accountability. In recent years, radio frequency identification (RFID) has gained popularity as a useful tool for the rapid identification and processing...
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  20. SurePayroll® Time Clock Integration

     
    For those small businesses with 1 to 100 employees, the introduction of SurePayroll®4 in 2000 met a huge employee management need. The ability to process payroll and file payroll taxes online helped to streamline a process that regularly consumes...
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