With school back in session and autumn just around the corner, September is often a quiet month of transition. This month we have several short articles to help you optimize the time clock during your down time and make sure automatic backups are available in case of emergency. Also, we'd love for you to take a few minutes to review Virtual TimeClock!
Have you ever wondered how quarter hour rounding works on your time clock? In this article we'll explore what time rounding is and how quarter hour rounding works.
Did you know that Virtual TimeClock can compute gross wages so you can easily assign labor costs to activities, projects, or business units? This short article will help you get started.
Windows PC users occasionally run into an issue where they can't save backups to a network drive or folder. This recent technical support blog outlines a quick fix.
Backing up your Virtual TimeClock database to Dropbox is a simple, free way to ensure you won't lose valuable time clock data in the event of a stolen, lost or broken computer.