iSolved Virtual Clock
The iSolved Virtual Clock is a web-based time clock that allows employees to punch in and out via a web interface. When using the Virtual Clock, employees do not have to fully log in to iSolved to register a punch-in or punch-out.
The Virtual Clock can display a company logo and only requires the employee to enter the clock identification number (and a PIN, if desired by the company). The Virtual Clock can also display company messages that are set up to show on the iSolved company information page.
When punching in or out through the Virtual Clock, the employee will see their photo and whether any messages are waiting to be reviewed in iSolved.
The Virtual Clock can be configured to allow for quick or detailed punching. No schedule restrictions will be in place. The only restriction is who can punch in or out on the clock, which is determined by eligibility rules set up by the client.
For more information on this exciting new feature, contact Ted Stepniewski, Director of Client Services, 630-242-1500 or firstname.lastname@example.org
New Resource! HR Vault
For clients who would like 24/7 access to basic HR information, Precision Payroll has added
a great new resource. HR Vault is an online library of information that serves as a quick reference on all your HR questions, any time.
“We are thrilled to be able to offer this amazing resource to our clients,” says Leslie Day, Director of HR Consulting Services. “The content is very high quality, and is useful whether you have five employees or 500. It’s a resource that will save you lots of time trying to research HR-related information on your own.”
The HR Vault Library provides easy-to-understand explanations and analysis of complicated laws and confusing acronyms. Categories of information include Employee Benefits, Healthcare Reform, Forms & Policies, Human Resources, Recruitment & Hiring, Discipline & Termination, and Online HR Tools.
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OSHA 300A Summary Posted
OSHA Penalty Fees Increase
If your organization is subject to posting the OSHA 300A Summary, it should have been up on your wall on February 1, 2019, and should remain posted until April 30, 2019. Also, the date to electronically report your Form 300A data is March 2, 2019.
Larger organizations no longer need to submit information from the 300 or 301 Log (Illness and Injury Incident Report). 300A reporting applies to organizations with 250 employees or more, or organizations with between 20 and 249 employees that are in high-risk industries, according to OSHA.
Click here to see if your industry is required for the electronic reporting. The number of employees pertains to each establishment, not to the organization as a whole.
Effective Feb. 1, 2019, OSHA increased penalties for Serious violations from $12,934 to $13,260. Repeat and Willfull violations have also increased, from $129,336 to $132,598.
At Precision Payroll, we take our work very seriously, but we really enjoy each other's company, too! Our annual staff party featured an '80s theme and it was most excellent.