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The goal of employee recruitment is to hire the best and brightest candidate for any given role that is vacant in your organization. Sounds clear-cut. But is it? How does recruitment strategy play a part in the success of an organization? According to the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) “Talent Acquisition: A Guide to Understanding and Managing the Recruitment Process,” employers who excelled in recruiting experience 3.5 times more revenue growth and twice the profit margin of other employers.
LightWork Time, Performance Management and Recruit HR Solutions Integrate with Sage HRMS, Sage 100 and Sage 300 Payroll
DELAND, FL, July 8, 2021 – LightWork® Software announces that its Time and Attendance, Performance Management, and Recruit and Onboarding modules integrate with Sage’s Human Resource Management System to provide a robust HR Solution. Leading organizations taking the initiative to make the digital transformation for their human resources departments are choosing solutions that improve and add to existing business software. LightWork Software also integrates with Sage 100, Sage 100c, Sage 300, Sage 300c and Sage 300 Payroll, is web-based, and has a flexible deployment with on-premise, private cloud or software as a service (SaaS) options.
Tracking employee time and ensuring your organization’s payroll is accurate is what time clocks do. Sometimes, however, employers have rounding or grace period policies that change an employee’s clock-in or clock-out time. It is common for employers to allow slight adjustments so that calculating pay is easier. Take rounding to the nearest 15-minute increment as an example: if an employee clocks out at the end of the day at 4:58 PM, the employer rounds that to 5:00 PM to make it easier to calculate employee time.