Identify Time Fraud

 

Reducing Payroll Errors

What Could Data Visibility Mean to You?

Time fraud and system gaming occur every time an employee accepts pay for time they’ve not actually worked. Sure, sometimes it’s an accident, but often it’s intentional and can include fudging timesheets, punching in for a friend, rounding to the next hour, and staying a little later to get another full hour of pay. 

Recent research found that 43% of U.S. shift workers "steal time" and include personal activities as paid company time.

Time fraud and system gaming usually happen when best practices and solutions aren’t in place, and when companies don’t have the tools to see and manage irregularities.

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