Time Management System to Comply with Massachusetts Break Laws

Use a Time Management System to Comply with Massachusetts Break Laws

Employees, whether full-time or part-time, need to take breaks during their work hours. As a manager or business owner, you have some discretion in when those rest periods are allowed. More importantly, you want to make sure you comply with Massachusetts break laws. The state provides strict protections for employees receiving meal breaks. You want…

Reasons Your Business Needs Web Based Staff Scheduling Software

5 Reasons Your Business Needs Web Based Staff Scheduling Software

The number of people you have on staff and the complexity of work shift patterns can add extensive time to managers’ schedules. They can easily spend eight hours or more each week simply putting schedules together when their tool is an old-fashioned spreadsheet. With concern growing for more work/life balance options and employee engagement, initiatives…

Prepare Your Business for Possible Predictive Scheduling Legislation

Prepare Your Business for Possible Predictive Scheduling Legislation

Maintaining inconsistent employee work schedules is not limited to retail and service industry employers. Fluctuating schedules that change from week to week – or even month to month – gives employers the ability to have more accurate schedules. A similar system is using on-call shifts where employees are on standby and report to work as…

Manage Workplace Tension Among Employees

6 Ways To Manage Workplace Tension Among Employees

One thing that is inevitable in a workplace where there are people from different backgrounds with different values, beliefs etc is conflicts. Workplace conflict is a state of disagreement among individuals working together, which may be caused by an alleged or genuine opposition of needs, beliefs, and interests. It is important to resolve employee conflicts promptly in order to…