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Save Time and Money with Automated Timekeeping


Automated timekeeping is one of the easiest ways to save your business time and money by making your payroll more accurate and efficient. With time tracking software, valuable employee time will no longer be wasted totaling and verifying time cards. Instead, automated time clocks can streamline the time and attendance process, making payroll processes easier for companies to manage.

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Payroll Processing and Reporting: Increase Efficiency and Guarantee Accuracy with Payroll Specialties NW

For companies with a large workforce, payroll processing and reporting can be difficult to navigate in-house. In addition to security concerns, efficiency and accuracy can be hard to prioritize, and reporting can eat up valuable time. Payroll Specialties NW addresses these concerns and eases worries about managing payroll services by offering a full range of payroll services provided by a team of certified payroll specialists.

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Comment period for the City of Eugene Sick Leave Ordinance ends January 21, 2015

The Administrative Order to establish the Administrative Rules for the Eugene Sick Leave Ordinance (click here to download) was published by the City of Eugene January 6, beginning the 15 day comment period that will end at 5 pm on January 21.

Any comments received during this time will then be considered prior to approval of the final rules by January 31. Please submit any comments you may have directly to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the City of Eugene if you have questions.

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Paid Sick Leave soon to be Oregon-wide?

The Eugene Sick Leave Ordinance is scheduled to go into effect July 1, 2015. At the same time Family Forward Oregon, a grass roots organization supporting the issue, plans to take the battle for paid sick-leave to the state legislature.

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