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Missed Meal Penalties

Posted by Pacific Timesheet Support on Nov 19, 2009 8:03:00 PM

When you get a missed meal penalty may not always be obvious

Pacific Timesheet computes missed meals according to California labor and wage laws. To determine whether a day's work warrants a missed meal penalty the hours are divided into 5 hours blocks. Any block of work greater than 5 hours gets a missed meal penalty. Take the following example:

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Keeping Your Timesheet Up to Date

Posted by Pacific Timesheet Support on Oct 12, 2009 8:01:00 PM

Ways to motivate employees to keep better track of their time

We recognizant at Pacific Timesheet that it can be difficult for employees to always keep their timesheets up-to-date. We recommend daily time entry, especially if you are in a DCAA environment that requires strong auditing. While we design Pacific Timesheet software to make it as quick and painless as possible to enter time (timers, timesheet memory, memorized projects and tasks, mobile, web and telephone interfaces, etc.), it sometimes helps to add a little extra motivation to improve your employee's time tracking compliance. Here are some positive and negative approaches you can consider that have proven effective for some organizations:

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Topics: timesheet, timesheet, Timesheet Software, Timesheet Software, Time Tracking Software, time tracking, SaaS Timesheet, Online Timesheet, Web TimeSheet

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