Posts Tagged ‘tracking hours in hospitality’

Payroll Questions: What Do You Pay Once You’ve Fired a Team Member?

May 30th, 2013

When an employee is leaving the company, there are some minimum financial compensation requirements that you must submit to as an employer. These requirements, according to the Australian Government Fair Work Ombudsmanapply whether you have terminated the employee, or if they resigned.

Pay all outstanding funds – you must pay an employee that is leaving their full wages based on their hours worked, or based on their normal salary. This includes any overtime hours worked, and any penalty rates that apply. Just because an employee is leaving doesn’t mean you owe them any less than an employee that is remaining …

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Tracking Employee Hours in the Hospitality Industry

May 11th, 2012

When you have a catering business, there is nothing more challenging than keeping track of staff. Typically, catering employees are checking in only once they get to the job site, where of course there isn’t an HR office for the team. This makes it a lot harder to ensure that people have arrived on time, and that they clock out when they’re done.

This doesn’t have to become a problem, the payroll nightmare can be avoided simply by using portable time clocks that ensure that employees really don’t need to go out of their way in order to sign in.  …

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