Employee Login

Go to the login page: https://timeclock.easytimeclock.com/Login Company Login is an account identifier. The Admin and all employees share the same Company Login. Username is unique to you and is set up by the Admin. Password is case sensitive! If your password isn’t working, there’s a chance one isn’t set up. Try logging in with only…

Read More

Adding Employees to Reader

The first step to adding employees is always adding the Username on the website first! Setup > Employee Setup Add Username and Employee # (Password and Email optional) Click “Add Employee” button Next, you will send that Username to reader from the website to the reader. Setup > Reader Download Check the “Download” box next…

Read More

Adding Employees

Employee usernames can be added by the Admin under Setup, Employee Setup. A Username is all that is required for setup, but you can also add… Employee # – required for readers and most payroll exports Password – if left blank, system will prompt employee to set their own upon first login without a password…

Read More

Small Business Tips for Hiring Outside the Company

Contributed by guest author, Stephanie Haywood Are you considering hiring outside the company? If so, congratulations on building a growing business that’s ready to expand. This is a big but necessary step. The good news is that hiring additional support can alleviate some of the pressures of running a business and give you more time…

Read More

Procrastination

Getting It Over With, 25 Minutes at a Time Procrastination is a vicious cycle of suffering long-term consequences by seeking short-term rewards. The thought of doing a task that we don’t want to do triggers the area of the brain that recognizes pain. To relieve that “pain,” the brain diverts attention to something more interesting.…

Read More

Should You Take Your Team to Business Conventions?

Conventions, conferences, expos, trade shows. Each may be a little different in nature, but they all mean one thing: something different to do! These gatherings may not be the most exciting experience, but they’re something to put on the calendar and look forward to. To desire new experiences is to be human! And every business…

Read More

PTO Crash Course!

It’s that time of year! The holiday season and the end of the calendar year may mean your employees are applying a lot of Paid Time Off to their time cards. You may even want to start setting up a new PTO policy for the upcoming year. We know that can be a daunting setup.…

Read More

Setting Up a New Employee

Employees come and go, but these instructions are forever! When you need to add, edit, inactivate, or terminate an employee, always come back to the Employee Setup page, under the Setup menu.

Read More

Tips to Manage Your Small Business Effectively

Written by Guest Writer Gloria Martinez Small businesses account for 99.9% of businesses, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. Being a small business owner means you get to make all the decisions. But that can also be overwhelming, especially if you’re a first-time entrepreneur. Optimizing your business with proven tips that have helped other…

Read More

5 Ways Your Business Will Benefit From Working With HR Consultants

Contributed by guest author, Stephanie Haywood Human resources departments are standard practice for larger businesses. After all, when you’re working with hundreds or thousands of employees, you need a group dedicated to making sure their needs are met. However, smaller businesses often don’t have staff explicitly dedicated to this work.  Many business owners assume that,…

Read More