DATABASICS Time & Expense Blog

Should Electric Vehicles Be Reimbursed At The Same Rate As Gasoline Vehicles?

Electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming more commonplace as they become more affordable and charging stations become more common. The U.S. isn’t currently leading the charge in the effort to get more green cars on the road; in fact, the U.S. is third globally (behind Norway and China) in terms of the number of EVs on the road.

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How To Respond To Employees In These 5 Tough Situations

It can be (and often is) tough to be the boss. From afar, it can look like managers have it easy, but when problems arise, it’s the manager’s job to handle those problem in a way that’s fair, but effective. Of course, solving these problems is easier said than done. Here’s our advice for what to do in these tricky situations.

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Top 5 Reasons To Bundle Time & Expense

Time & Expense might seem like two separate processes for a reason: after all, they do different things. Back when we were accounting consultants, we noticed a gap in the market for a single-system experience that does both. Since most employees would need both systems, why should they have to log into two separate areas? That’s why we built...

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What HR Policy Experts Love and Hate About Policies & Compliance: #NextChat Policy Takeaways

The June 7th SHRM #NextChat polled the HR experts on the problem of employee manuals. The question of the day: Should employers do away with their manuals? Here are some highlights from the conversation.

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The Future of Expense Reports: Our Expense Reporting Predictions For 2037

Tracking expenses is definitely not a new concept. Humans have trying to track how much they spend since the Stone Age when people started trading flint as a form of payment. From the piles of flint and obsidian found hoarded in ancient dig sites to the abacus to the spreadsheet (and even to automated tech today), the expense report has...

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