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Protect Vulnerable Assets

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Protect Vulnerable Assets Your healthcare facility’s security is more important than ever.  Limiting door access because of the COVID-19 Virus is a number one priority.  Therefore security check validation is also a priority.  Making sure your guards are performing their scheduled rounds is reliable and…

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Big Tech Firms Ramp Up Remote Working Orders To Prevent Coronavirus Spread

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New York (CNN Business)Big tech companies are asking more employees to work from home as the novel coronavirus outbreak continues to spread. Facebook (FB), Google (GOOG), Twitter (TWTR) and Amazon (AMZN) have implemented remote working policies for many or all of their employees around the globe. Google parent company Alphabet is recommending that all employees in…

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The Great Work-From-Home Experiment is upon us.

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Not just for a day or two, as many Chicagoans experienced when they hunkered down during last year’s polar vortex. But potentially for weeks, if COVID-19 concerns shut down offices or authorities announce a preemptive lockdown. How it goes, especially at ill-prepared companies that now…

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COVID-19 and Employees in the Workplace

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Finding ways that businesses can be proactive in the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic is very necessary. If you have a business where your Employees cannot work from home and need to physically show up for work, then here are few tips to help you…

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GTR Business Systems Has Been Launched!

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You may have noticed our logo and business name are different! Georgia Time Recorder was in need of a “face lift” so we have upgraded our company name and logo. We have new email addresses but our old ones are still in service. If you are…

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Time Management Tips For College Students

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It’s high time to admit: College students have a fully loaded schedule, complete with both intellectual and physical work. Lectures, seminars, exams, academic writing, campus life—all this takes time and can often feel like a delicate balancing act. Given that many students combine work with study and…

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U.S. Department of Labor Announces $10.5 Million in Worker Safety and Health Training Grants

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The U.S. Department of Labor announced that $10.5 million in Susan Harwood Training Grants are available in the areas of targeted topic training, training and educational materials development, and capacity building. Applications will be accepted from nonprofit organizations including community and faith-based organizations, employer associations, labor unions, joint labor/management…

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Take Your Time…

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Do you have a long standing issue of how to capture time and attendance for our your employees. Do you have an old outdated system that may not even be supported anymore?   Take some time to look into the different Time & Attendance systems out…

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