The year 1969 was quite eventful. But one of the most important events of 1969, at least as far as we're concerned: on April 1, 1969, Acroprint Time Recorder Company was founded. And that's no April Fool's Day joke! We've witnessed a lot of changes in workforce management over the past 50 years — read this article to find out how we've been keeping up with the times, and what we see coming next.
Today, employees and management of Acroprint Time Recorder Company proudly celebrates the company’s 50th year of providing top-quality time recording solutions to businesses worldwide. Launching with the now-iconic Model 125, the company quickly added more clocks to their product line. The Model 125, Model 150 and E-series time stamps, widely recognized for their trademark green color, are still assembled at the company’s headquarters in Raleigh to this day.
Recently, we introduced Acroprint’s newest time tracking solution, ProPunch. This innovative system is a bit different from our previous software solutions. It offers some interesting (and cool!) features that you might not be used to in traditional time-tracking software. So how about if we take a few minutes to get to know ProPunch a bit better?
Acroprint Time Recorder Company announces the release of their newest employee web-based time tracking solution ProPunch is the ideal solution for companies that want the flexibility of anytime, anywhere access with the control of having the software hosted on their premises.
Once again, it's time for our annual predictions of what to expect in wage and hour law in the new year. Read this article to find out more about the issues that will likely be top of mind for managers who want to help their organizations better manage their workforce and avoid legal liabilities in 2019.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company of Raleigh, North Carolina has recently earned not one, but two awards for excellence. First, the company was honored when HR Tech Outlook magazine selected Acroprint as one of their Top 10 Workforce Management Solution Providers – 2018. Second, the company was named a 2018 Spectrum Award Winner for Excellence in Customer Service by City Beat News, with a rating of four out of five stars.
According to a survey by the American Payroll Association, payroll processing is one of the most commonly outsourced human resources functions. But is outsourcing the best way for your organization to handle this important task? Read this article to find out.
Acroprint Time Recorder Company is pleased to offer a limited-time promotion to new customers of AcroTime Payroll services. New clients who sign up for AcroTime Payroll before December 31, 2018, and commence using the service before January 30, 2019 are eligible to receive three free months of payroll processing services, plus free set-up, after they complete four months of service.
As part of our “Christmas in July” celebration, Acroprint is pleased to announce a limited time free shipping offer on web store orders of $50 or more, making the month of July a prime time for Acroprint customers to stock up on clocks, supplies and accessories while taking advantage of the savings on shipping costs.
For most businesses, one of their largest expenses is labor costs. Many businesses try to control labor costs by limiting the amount of overtime they pay. Unfortunately, some tactics used to limit overtime costs can backfire costing the organization far more in the long run than they might have “saved” initially. The Fair Labor [...]
Once again it's time to peer into the crystal ball, swirl the tea leaves, consult my spirit guide and otherwise attempt to predict what wage and hour issues might be coming down the pike in the coming year. The year 2017 saw some significant changes in wage and hour regulations, and I believe we'll be [...]
Just in time for organizations looking to get prepared for 2018, Acroprint is pleased to announce a limited time free shipping offer on web store orders of $50 or more.
There are laws addressing when a business that's closed due to a disaster has to pay its employees. Ignoring these rules can leave you open to a double whammy — not only do you get hit by the disaster itself, but also by possible wage and hour lawsuits or a Department of Labor audit. Read this article to find out what you need to do to stay on the right side of payroll law after a disaster.
Recently, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has announced a few important changes. In the short run, these changes may not mean much for employers, but over time they have the potential to change the employment landscape in significant ways. Read this article to find out more.
You could soon be looking at valuable experience and institutional knowledge walking out the door... and having to fill vacancies in a significant number of your existing positions. Fortunately, AcroTime is an easy-to-use tool available to help — even if you don't have a dedicated Human Resources department.
According to a recent Gallup survey, 43% of employed Americans in 2016 worked remotely at least some of the time, representing a four percentage-point increase since 2012. AcroTime Workforce Management effectively addresses employers' concerns surrounding time, payroll and HR management of a remote workforce.
Acroprint® Time Recorder Company is pleased to announce new options for collecting employee time punches in our Pendulum software suite. In addition to the DC7000 badge/PIN terminal and HandPunch biometric hand scan terminals, Pendulum now supports the full line of TQ600 terminals.
The FLSA requires employers to pay workers for time they're suffered or permitted to work. Courts have ruled if an employer knew - or should have known - about time worked, the time must be paid... even if the employee doesn't officially report it.
Looking to increase your business profit? Automate your time and attendance tracking! But what about other components of workforce management? Will automating them increase profit, too?
Acroprint Time Recorder Company is pleased to introduce the ATR480 electronic totalizing time clock. This attractively-priced top loading time recorder offers many frequently-requested features and automatically computes employee work time to improve accuracy and save time on payroll processing.
It's no secret employment lawsuits are on the rise. Defending against a lawsuit is time-consuming and expensive. And the cost of back wages, fines, and penalties is going up all the time. Even if you settle before the case goes to trial, you could still be on the hook for a substantial amount. Read this article to find out what's behind many of these lawsuits and steps you can take to prevent them.
It's time once again to peer into the trusty old crystal ball and try to predict the major trends in wage and hour for the coming year. With the election of Donald Trump, we know things are going to change — the question is what will change, and how.
RALEIGH, NC – November 11, 2016 – There is less than one month to go until December 1, when the overtime exemption threshold is scheduled to nearly double. This change will potentially make millions more employees eligible for overtime pay. At Acroprint Time Recorder Company, we know many organizations may still have questions about how [...]
While some business owners mistakenly think that only hourly workers can be paid overtime, the law allows the calculation of overtime pay for salaried workers. But there are a few twists employers need to take into account to avoid legal troubles.
Many of us have a tendency to hold on to things, sometimes longer than we should. We cling to things for security, when in reality they may be holding us back or even causing us harm. Here's the big question: how do you know when it's time to upgrade - or replace entirely - your old time and attendance system?
With less than five months to go until the new overtime threshold takes effect, it's getting to be crunch time for employers trying to prepare for the changes. This article tries to clear up some misconceptions that might have needlessly put employers in a tizzy.
Amid all the talk of the Department of Labor's new overtime threshold rule, you may have missed the news about other recent developments in wage and hour. This article presents a quick round-up of the most notable recent changes.
On May 18, 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor r