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Using Technology to Avoid Employee Time Theft

Employee time theft is a growing problem that many companies face. When employees steal time from their companies, it causes huge losses in profits that can mean disaster for the bottom line. Avoiding employee time theft on the job means that you can save money and keep up employee morale at work.

How Employees Steal Time

There are several ways that employees steal time from their companies. Taking breaks that are longer than prescribed by the company might seem harmless, but it can cost the company in lost productivity. If an employee is paid $10 an hour and takes an additional 30 minutes in breaks per day, the cost to the company can total more than $1,000 a year. Multiply that by 10 employees and you have a major problem on your hands.

Employees also steal time by making personal phone calls at work, surfing the Web instead of working and arriving late for work. Using a time clock system to track time and productivity and save your company money in lost time.

Buddy punching is a major problem for employers. Buddy punching occurs when one employee punches out for another. This often happens when one employee wants to leave early but get paid for additional time. Buddy punching can cost your company profits and bring down morale. When other employees see this theft happening, they may feel resentful of their sacrifices and dedication to hard work and honesty.

Technology to Help Fight Time Theft

New time clocks make it easy to track employee time and to avoid time theft. There are time clocks that use biometric technology to ensure that time is being recorded accurately. Retinal scanners, fingerprint pads and voice recognition systems mean that you only pay for the time worked. Tools to monitor Internet usage mean that you never have to worry that your employees are surfing on social media instead of concentrating on their work.

When it comes to saving money on payroll and employee time, having the right technology is key. There are great time clocks that will help you to ensure that you are only paying for hours worked. Whether you use a time clock with biometric features like retinal scanners or a simple punch clock, this website can help you to get the best solutions for your business.

Don’t be a victim to employee time theft. Find a time clock for your company today.

Add Google Analytics new features

I use Google Analytics to track this blog for many years. It did help me to understand much more of the readers.
Now Google Analytics has some new features released. The first thing I would like to add on my blog is Site Speed track.
The way to add it into the existing tracking code is just add following line:


Why Google implement this new feature?
My answer is Site speed / page load speed.
It is more important than before in the factors of Search Engine Optimization.
Google treat site speed as one of the most important factors of 100+ factors.

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How to use Webpagetest Free tool to test your blog load time

To double the traffic, one of the optimization steps is to test the load time of page and find the way to speed up.
I recommend WebPagetest. It is a free tool to test your blog / web page. See how fast to load the whole page. It tests two time, one is fresh load, the other is repeat view.
I tested my home page of this blog. The result is pretty good. Page Speed Score: 97/100
Let us see how it is:

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Auto Time Sync is not working with RPC error

I am working on one Windows XP which is belong to my parents in law. The clock runs faster. I would like to enable the automatically synchronize with an Internet time server. The problem is it is always give me the error.
The RPC Server is unavailable.
I Google it and find some one has this problem before.
I have to enable the service called, Windows Time.
But I can not find it. It is not in the list of services.
The way to get Windows Time in is to run following command.
To restore the Windows Time Service if it has been broken. Open a command
Start | Run | Type: cmd | Click OK |
Type: net stop W32Time hit your Enter key.
Type: w32tm /unregister hit your Enter key.
Type: w32tm /register hit your Enter key.
Type: net start W32Time hit your Enter key.
Type: sc query W32Time hit your Enter key.

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SPA-2002 Daylight Saving Time setting

The phone connected with my VOIP adapter, SPA-2002, is always get the wrong time. You know, we live in North America, with Daylight Saving Time. The clock of phone will update depending on the time info from the VOIP adapter.
Even I change the phone set time manually, it will changed back next day.
So the setting of clock or time on SPA-2002 is the key issue.
Let’s see how I did to make it work perfectly in Canada.
1) NTP server.
I choose the Canadian NTP server pool. Enter the following server address into NTP server field.
2) TimeZone.
I am in Vancouver, Canada. Choose GMT-08:00.
3) Daylight Saving Time Rule
In the ‘regional’ tab, Daylight Saving Time Rule field enter the following data.
start=4/2/7/2:0:0;end=11/1/7/2:0:0;­ save=1
4) Save and it works.

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Who is home

Based on the article of Time magazine, Canadian edition, who’s home.
In US, large families are vanishing: only 10% of U.S. households have five or more people. In 1970, 21% did.
One third of households have just two people( that includes older couples whose children are grown.)
More than 37 milliion Americans are older than 65. Among those 65 to 74, 1 in 4 is still working.
In the household which is married couples with children. 64% are both parents work, 30% are husban works only, 4% are wife works only.
In the household which is single parents, say single mother, 62% working, 15% not working. For single father, 21% working, 2% not working.
Let’s see more data.
There are 24.2 milliion households which are married couples with children under 18.
8 million – unmarried, no children.
31.4 millioin – married couples, no children at home.
11 million – unmarried, with children under 18.
37 million – nonfamily households, a person living alone, unrelated people living together or people in group settings.

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