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Time and Attendance Statistics and Interesting Facts

Late Arrivals

According to a CareerBuilder survey released in Feb. 2014, 48% of employers expect employees to be on time every day, while 18% say they don't care how their employees manage their time, just that they get their work done well. About 34% allow employees to be late every once in a while, as long as [...]

By |2014-06-17T13:59:44-04:00June 17th, 2014|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Late Arrivals

Workforce Management Savings

A 2010 Axsium Group survey found large companies save $1,600 per employee, on average, after implementing a workforce management solution. Click here to find out how much an automated time & attendance solution can save you.

By |2014-06-17T13:59:10-04:00September 24th, 2010|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Workforce Management Savings

Buddy Punching

A 2008 Nucleus Research study revealed 19% of employees admit to buddy-punching. And you know if that many admit to it, even more have done it but won't say so. A timeQplus V3 Biometric time and attendance system can stop costly buddy-punching in its tracks!

By |2013-12-04T15:35:25-04:00March 1st, 2000|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Buddy Punching

Best in Class Automation

In an Aberdeen Group study, 88% of “Best in Class” companies automate their time and attendance data collection. You can join their ranks: automate your employee time tracking with an affordable Acroprint time and attendance system!

By |2013-12-04T15:35:25-04:00February 28th, 2000|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Best in Class Automation

Inaccurate Time

In a recent survey, 60% of respondents say their employees aren't accurately reporting their time, or they don't know if reported time is accurate. You don't have to suffer the same fate — you can use an Acroprint time and attendance system for indisputable time records.

By |2017-05-08T16:50:42-04:00February 27th, 2000|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Inaccurate Time

Best in Class Integration

An Aberdeen Group study published in February 2008 says 86% of “Best-in-Class” companies integrate their time and attendance system with their payroll system. Acroprint's software and web-based solutions offer built-in exports for most popular payroll software and payroll services.

By |2013-12-04T15:35:42-04:00February 26th, 2000|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Best in Class Integration

Payroll Upgrades

According to a survey conducted by the American Payroll Association, 82% of companies surveyed planned to purchase new or upgraded payroll software within the next two years. If you're still manually entering time and attendance data to your payroll system, it may be time to consider a new time and attendance system as well.

By |2013-12-04T15:35:42-04:00February 25th, 2000|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Payroll Upgrades

Labor Costs

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor, employer costs for employee compensation averaged $26.05 per hour worked in September 2005.

By |2013-12-04T15:35:42-04:00February 24th, 2000|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Labor Costs

Biometric Support

According to the 2004 National Payroll Week Survey, conducted by the American Payroll Association, over half the respondents indicated they support the use of biometric technology to record time and attendance.

By |2013-12-04T15:35:42-04:00February 23rd, 2000|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Biometric Support

Donning and Doffing

On November 8, 2005, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that employers must pay employees for the time it takes to put on and take off safety gear and the time it takes them to walk between the changing area and the production area. Workers must also be compensated for time they spend waiting to take [...]

By |2013-12-04T15:35:42-04:00February 22nd, 2000|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Donning and Doffing

Timekeeping ROI

According to a survey conducted by Nucleus Research, reported by, timekeeping software can pay for itself in as little as a few months. Payback comes from reductions in clerical errors, processing time and unauthorized leave and overtime, as well as from elimination of the cost of paper time sheets or time cards. Of the [...]

By |2013-12-04T15:35:42-04:00February 21st, 2000|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Timekeeping ROI

Tracking Exempt Time

According to opinion letters issued in January and April, 2005 by the U.S. Department of Labor, an employer can require exempt employees to record and track their hours worked without jeopardizing the employees' exempt status — as long as the timekeeping policy is not for the purpose of wage payment tied to hours actually worked.

By |2013-12-04T15:35:42-04:00February 20th, 2000|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Tracking Exempt Time

Manual vs Automated

According to a survey conducted by the American Payroll Association: 65% of the respondents collect time and attendance using an automated process, or a combination of manual and automated processes. (The responses noted some of those collecting information manually were in the process of switching to an automated solution.)

By |2013-12-04T15:35:42-04:00February 19th, 2000|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Manual vs Automated

Accurate Records Required

The Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the laws in most states require that employers keep accurate records of hours worked by nonexempt employees. An employee time clock or time and attendance system can simplify your recordkeeping, saving you both time and money.

By |2013-12-04T15:35:42-04:00February 18th, 2000|Fun Facts|Comments Off on Accurate Records Required