December’s Can’t-Miss Webinars by Tsheets
Dec13

December’s Can’t-Miss Webinars by Tsheets

This article was originally posted on Tsheets and written by Kim Harris. It’s easy to fall into an end-of-year slump, especially when you’re rushing toward 2018 with so many to-dos on your plate. But do yourself a favor and check out these webinars. If you don’t cross the finish line strong, you might miss some invaluable information you can carry into the new year with a spring in your step. TSheetsPRO Fundamentals ➔ Hosted by Debbie...

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Everyone Should Track Their Time. Yes, Even Salaried Employees
Nov29

Everyone Should Track Their Time. Yes, Even Salaried Employees

This article was originally posted on Tsheets and written by Danielle Higley. Everyone has that runner friend who takes their hobby very seriously. You know the type: the work-out-daily, rain-or-shine, power-through-the-pain runner who spends their vacation time on marathons and considers sprinting uphill a “fun challenge.” Then there are those friends who are a tad less intense about their running. They’re not out to break any...

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TSheetsPROs: Creating and Managing Client Accounts
Oct11

TSheetsPROs: Creating and Managing Client Accounts

This article was originally posted on Tsheets and written by Myranda Mondry. Hey, TSheetsPROs! Now You Can Create and Manage Client Accounts If you’re a TSheetsPRO, you already know that TSheets can help your clients save thousands of dollars on gross payroll costs each year — just by curbing unnecessary overtime and eliminating employee time theft. You also know that you can shave hours off your payroll processes when your clients...

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5 Tips for Entrepreneurs From Expensify CEO David Barrett
Oct04

5 Tips for Entrepreneurs From Expensify CEO David Barrett

This article was originally posted on Tsheets and written by Myranda Mondry. A few years ago, David Barrett took a homeless man to McDonald’s. “It’s an experience I recommend doing precisely once,” he said. “It’s really awkward.” He was living in San Francisco at the time, working for a prosperous up-and-coming tech company and walking around with significantly more money in his virtual pockets than he was used to walking around with....

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How Will The Rising Minimum Wage Affect Your Medium Wage Employees?
Sep13

How Will The Rising Minimum Wage Affect Your Medium Wage Employees?

This article was originally posted on Tsheets and written by Myranda Mondry. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Minimum wage is on the rise. Several states, including Illinois, Arizona, and California, are on track to see a major increase within the next three years — and more are sure to follow suit. The rise is good news for the thousands of low wage workers across the country who are currently struggling to make a living....

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What Franchise Owners Need to Know About the “Save Local Business Act”
Aug30

What Franchise Owners Need to Know About the “Save Local Business Act”

This article was originally posted on Tsheets and written by Kim Harris. In 2015, the National Labor Relations Board changed the definition of a joint employer to be anyone with “indirect” control over the policies of the workplace or an employee’s duties. This includes businesses that hire contract workers or franchisors who don’t necessarily work closely with their branches or make decisions about the way they operate. For some...

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