Archive for August, 2013

JobClock Timesummit software integrates with several SAGE Products

August 18th, 2013

From the desk of the developers of the JobClock System…….The ExakTime team traveled to Washington D.C. July 21-26 to attend Sage Summit 2013, the largest gathering of the year for Sage customers and business partners.

A Certified Development Partner, ExakTime exhibited at the show for the first time, showing off new hardware and software to vendors, current customers and new friends. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive and the team came back with many new connections from the event.
The ExakTime-Sage connection

For years, ExakTime’s time and attendance system has shared data back and forth with Sage software – with …

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Can You Refuse To Pay An Employee/Contractor Due To Inefficiency?

August 15th, 2013

Every manager or supervisor who works in a project-based work environment, has certainly experienced the issue of inefficiency. Of course, if an employee is intentionally slacking off, then there are disciplinary measures that can take place. But inefficiency doesn’t always need to relate to work ethic. But, if someone does a job slower, therefore extending the completion date of a project, do you know if you can withhold some or all that pay cheque?

Technically, the answer to that question is no. If an individual is working their scheduled shift, and putting effort into their accomplishments, then it can be …

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Benefits of Time Clock Systems

August 9th, 2013

If you have been following our blog for some time, you likely already know what the benefits of such a system are. But this refresher should get you thinking about how you can tighten your belt to make payroll and hour tracking even more efficient and accurate.


Accurate payroll – when a system is automatically generating accurate data about the hours worked, their pay cheques should automatically be correct every single time with no missing hours!
Less opportunity to forget to clock in or clock out – when a manual system is used, it’s hard to remember to sign …

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