Redcort Software has updated its Virtual TimeClock software with new employee time-tracking and reporting features.

Virtual TimeClock ’10 aims to reduce payroll costs by keeping tabs on employee breaks, lunches and unpaid leave. New features include the ability to set unpaid time tracking and threshold rules to limit the amount of time employees are paid for breaks. Employers can now document a 10-minute paid break, and the software will automatically show any additional time taken as unpaid.

New worker leave management tools include unpaid employee leave tracking and the ability to annotate leave entries. The new features aid compliance with the Family Medical Leave Act, as well as equitable mandatory work reductions or furlough policies.

Redcort has also added over a dozen features to its report writer, including enhanced daily and activity totaling, separate columns for unpaid and leave hours, an optional supervisor signature line, and the ability to print time card reports for inactive workers. New report level settings for page orientation, time display in decimal or hours, and salaried worker totaling enable employers to customize reports for a variety of formats and needs.

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