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Guest article by Tim Glendenning–
Many small businesses in Citrus Heights and across the country are facing unfortunate challenges during these unprecedented times. In an effort to help businesses stay successful, some tech companies are stepping up to provide solutions to help ease company pain points.
Among these tech companies is OnTheClock, an online employee time clock software. The company is currently lending a helping hand to small businesses by offering free employee time tracking services until August 2020.
OnTheClock’s goal is to reduce financial burdens, while allowing business owners to track employees’ hours worked for accurate payroll processing. This includes regular and overtime hours worked, PTO, GPS and other intuitive features.
Another tech company on the radar that is looking out for fellow business owners is HelpJuice. The knowledge base software is designed to help scale customer support and improve collaboration with staff members. Some helpful features include content formatting, website analytics and custom domain creations.
HelpJuice is currently offering a 14-day free trial for small businesses to sample the software and see if it’s the right fit.
A third software company in the tech world, called hr360 by Zywave, helps companies stay in compliance with HR rules, laws and regulations. The HR software will provide the tools needed when interviewing, hiring, and terminating employees.
*Reader disclosure: The Citrus Heights Sentinel has used OnTheClock as its time clock solution for the past two years and agreed to publish this article in partnership with OnTheClock. The Sentinel declined financial compensation, in keeping with professional media ethics.
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