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On the Clock: A Pocket Guide to Time Clock Rounding

 

On the Clock: A Pocket Guide to Time Clock Rounding
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Back in the day when handling payroll was pretty much a pen-and-paper process, employers would use rounding to account for odd minutes and seconds outside the regular work schedule. Time clock rounding helped streamline calculating wages and save chunks of time in the process. 

 

But does it still make sense today?

What Is Time Clock Rounding?

Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), all employers are required to track and store employee time records completely and accurately. This can be done either by asking employees to write their hours down, using regular time clocks or through time-tracking software.

 

“So, what does time clock rounding mean?”

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Special Feature: Everything You Need to Know About Software Patent Applications

By UpCounsel Contributor

Edited by Lynn Patra 

You have a great new idea for what you hope is the next big app. You did your research and you could not find anything out there that is even remotely similar. You have brought together investors and are working with a team of developers and now you are wondering whether you can protect your idea by securing a patent. But is it patentable? Can you patent an idea for software? Read more of this post

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