DATABASICS Time & Expense Blog

Overtime Law in Limbo

On November 22nd, a federal judge in Texas granted a preliminary injunction against the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) rule change on overtime regulations, which were to take effect on December 1st, 2016.


More Time Tracking Requirements: The New Overtime Pay Rule

On December 1st, 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) rule change on overtime law regulations takes effect.


Time & Attendance Ideal for Engineering and Professional Services

Keeping accurate track of billable hours – and even billable minutes – is an imperative for engineering firms, professional services firms, and others who measure their services in time increments. While this has long been true for B-to-B firms, B-to-C providers in fields like home health care are now also required to keep accurate time in and...


DC Wage Theft Prevention Law Mugs Business

The DC Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act has its heart in the right place.  Too many workers are shamefully exploited.  But rather than crafting legislation that targets the kind of employers where most of the abuse cluster, the Act sweeps up everyone, assumes the worst, and imposes an across-the-board penalty: a burdensome record-keeping...


Tracking Time: A Waste of Time?

You track time for billing, for bill-back and for fund accounting, right?  You track hours for hourly employees and leave for… everybody.  But what about salaried employee? All those things they do? 

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