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How do you track hours worked for nonexempts?

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Despite plenty of new high-tech options, good old-fashioned paper time sheets remain the most popular way to record how many hours employees work, according to a recent poll of visitors to theHRSpecialist.com:

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Kelly February 22, 2013 at 3:41 pm

While it’s true that a majority of businesses still rely on paper-based systems, there are some real advantages to choosing an online tool. Paper-based systems are inherently error-prone, time-consuming and easy to forget. Timer-based apps, on the other hand, are quick and easy to use, and capture time as it’s worked rather than relying on employees to reconstruct their days by memory. Our company uses Hours Tracking (http://hourstracking.com), which our team members adopted quickly and has served us very well for over a year now.

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