Reducing Unnecessary Overtime

 

Reducing Unnecessary Overtime

Bad for the Bottom Line

It’s a bad habit, and it’s costing U.S. businesses big bucks: When a company isn’t exactly sure of the total hours an employee has worked, the typical more for overtime than is necessary — with no way of knowing whether you have it right.

Paying for more overtime than you anticipated can have several causes, from and mismanaging absences to a company culture that encourages overtime. Regardless, the negative results are the same.

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