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New Feature: Meal Break Tracking
Avoid Penalties, Increase Productivity
Posted on 11/1/2017 by Ali Oromchian, Esq.
San Ramon, California – November 1, 2017

HR for Health, the leading HRM resource for doctors, launched a new feature today that will change the way employers track their employee’s meal breaks. In addition to the precise timekeeping system that documents employees clocking in and out, the HR for Health software will now track when meal breaks are in violation of your state specific meal break regulations. As a reminder, meal and rest breaks are generally governed by state law. Although some states do not currently have meal and rest break requirements, the number of states that are hopping on board the meal and rest break train are growing every year. Additionally, violations of daily meal breaks continue to be one of the leading sources of wage and hour claims for employers, but luckily managing your risk for meal and rest break violations just got a whole lot easier.

One of the main benefits of this upgraded feature is that you will receive immediate visibility into all violations incurred in real time. This will ensure you are in control of all violations and improve your day-to-day scheduling regarding these mandated meal and rest breaks.

If you are unsure if you are subject to mandated meal and rest breaks, it is imperative you contact legal counsel or a Human Resources representative immediately.

HR for Health has been helping keep doctors compliant since 2011 and is happy to continue to broaden their scope. Stay tuned for more features, updates and additional modules coming soon!

To learn more about this feature or HR for Health in general, please contact HR for Health at 877-779-4747 or email compliance@hrforhealth.com.
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