5 Questions to ask about your Time & Attendance System

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Thinking about Automating your Time & Attendance Tracking? Five Questions to Ask Before You Begin:  1. How many employees do you need to track?  Do you need to track all of your employees?  Only one location?  Just hourly workers?  Most time and attendance systems have a way to track a blend of hourly and salaried… Read more »


Microsoft Convergence 2015 Top 10

Convergence is just around the corner, so we have put together a “Top Ten” tips and tricks list for you… 1. Visit the Expo, walk around and experience the thriving Dynamics Community. You’ll find Dynamics Partners (GP, NAV, AX, SL and CRM!) with a wide array of ISV solutions to add on and enhance your… Read more »


Our Microsoft Convergence 2015 anticipation is building!

You probably have seen us out on social media banging our drum about the upcoming Microsoft Dynamics ERP Convergence 2015 show in Atlanta.  Why are conventions like this so important to Sierra?  To start, you simply cannot beat meeting face to face with Dynamics VARS and clients. Our conversations this Convergence will be focused on… Read more »


GPUG Summit 2014: Sierra at the Microsoft GP Conference.

Microsoft Dynamics® GP Annual User Conference Slated for October 14-17 in St. Louis, MO September 4, 2014—Folsom, CA—Sierra Workforce Solutions announced today their participation in the Microsoft Dynamics GP User Group (GPUG®) Summit 2014 on October 14-17 in St. Louis, MO. GPUG Summit is the largest independent user conference dedicated exclusively to Microsoft Dynamics GP. … Read more »


Sage Summit Conference 2014 Recap

Sage Summit is North America’s chance to converse and learn about all things Sage ERP in one location.  End users, ISVs, VARs and Sage Corporate staff all convene at this annual event.  Sierra has attended this event for many years, as an ISV with a booth in the Expo hall. Sage Summit 2014 in Las… Read more »


Sierra Workforce Solutions Featured at Sage Summit

As we prepare ourselves and get ready for this year’s event, we wanted to take the opportunity to watch Ken Miller, V.P. of Sales in an interview from last year’s Sage Summit Conference. In this interview Ken explains some of our awesome products and capabilities in the time and labor management industry.  From data collection to data integration,… Read more »

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Is It Time to Clean Your Time Clock? We Can Help!

Our help desk team here at Sierra Workforce Solutions would like to offer a refresher course on how to properly clean your time clocks! We know, we know just one more thing to add to the pile of things “to-do” in your busy work week, but it’s a quick and easy way to keep your time clocks working great! Here’s… Read more »


How to know when to replace your time clock?

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Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock… We’ll start with the obvious.  If your current time clock is old, covered in grease from years on the shop floor, but the buttons aren’t working or your company has added a lot more employees to justify having another time clock accessible, it’s time for an upgrade! Here at… Read more »

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Avoid Costly Lawsuits by Automating Your Time & Attendance Systems

“You have a lawsuit on your hands” this is probably one of the scariest statements a business could ever hear! Believe it or not overtime can become the basis of a lawsuit come audit time if employers and employees do not track their time appropriately. According to www.businessmanagementdaily.com Federal class actions brought under the Fair… Read more »


From the Help Desk – Is your time clock ready for a power surge?

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Last month our help desk fielded numerous calls about clock malfunctions due to power surges. Power surges occur when the steady flow of electricity suddenly spikes, boosting the electrical charge in power lines, which can increase the electrical current to your outlet. There are a several things that can cause this to happen, like bad… Read more »