Right now there are many options to help businesses move to work from home. I have received dozens of emails discussing what companies are doing during this time. I am compiling all of the work from home hacks in this one location in hopes it helps keep our clients from having to search and search.…

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By Jeremy Wright Take a moment and roll that question around in your head. It’s one I, personally, ponder on from time to time as a way of keeping myself in check. While I understand my core values, do my actions properly represent my beliefs? In a world of problems, we can use our influence…

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By Jeremy Wright We here at Easy Time Clock are proud to announce the release of our long-awaited Payroll System! After 2 years of hard work, our beautiful bouncing baby payroll system has gotten its legs and is hitting the ground running! With that being said, I thought we should discuss ways to make sure…

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By Jeremy Wright The old adage says “one bad apple ruins the whole barrel.” It’s no secret that one person’s bad day can affect the days of many who surround them, especially in situations where they work in close proximity to one another. Keeping your finger on the pulse of the overall morale of your…

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By Rob Allen As part of this series of articles, we are looking at the role of culture definition.  Leaders need to be intentional about establishing a culture, or a culture might form that is not best for the success of the team. There are several important parts of culture development:  the first was values.…

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At Easy Time Clock, the growth we’ve experienced in the past few years has been largely due to focusing on the right things. We started ignoring what we like to call “special snowflake” circumstances, and instead focused on improving the experience for everyone.  Back in the first decade of our company, the previous management ran…

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By Rob Allen It may seem like a kind of obtuse notion, but the truth is, leaders, define the culture of those in their circle of influence.  Culture may be understood as the behaviors, attitudes, and ideas that bond a group together. Sometimes these are subtle, some are out in the open, but cultural ideas…

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I am the co-owner and CEO of Easy Time Clock. And no, we do not fix clocks. If you need to keep track of your employees, we can help solve that for you.  Maybe the origin of your company is similar to ours. Many companies start when someone sees a specific opportunity and wants to…

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By Rob Allen Whether it is in holding someone accountable or shaping the mood of the office, leadership involves the activity of influencing.  Leaders can come in a variety of styles and temperaments, but the core activity for all involves the principle of influence. Simply put, having an influence means having an effect on someone…

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