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Indonesia’s labor – Understanding the country’s working hours

October 23, 2018 in Education, HR, Time & Attendance
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Indonesia’s labor working hours As we all know, all rights and by laws. A good employee shall contribute his/her best towards the well being of the company. As an employee, we all can do this. By woking diligently everyday when we arrive to the office every single day. But as humans we all have both physical and mental limitations upon doing any activities. And this is why, the Indonesian local government has set up a certain law for working hours. So what is the Indonesia’s Labor Working Hours based on Indonesian’s Ministry of Manpower? To protect workers and the rights…

Digital nomads, the evolving force in Human Resource

October 19, 2018 in Education, HR, Time & Attendance
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Digital nomads, they are everywhere. Well perhaps I am one of them? Whether it’d be sunbathing under the scorching sun of Bali, sitting in a bar under the bright lights of Tokyo, a cup of coffee in one of New York’s co-working space, or picnic in the middle of Paris, wherever they are, that’s where Digital Nomads work. With the development of IoT, the term of Digital Nomads in Human Resources is becoming more popular. Traits of a Digital Nomad in today’s Human Resource Carrying a laptop or smartphone, digital nomads in Human Resource dictionary are those people who works remotely. Largely dominated by the millennial…

Time attendance is your pain point ? We can feel you

October 19, 2018 in Education, HR, Time & Attendance

We feel your pain, as we have been there before too. No more pain points with Albam’s Time Attendance Solution Before our CEO Jinyong Kim started Albam. The founder of Blue-Night Corporation had his idea of a perfect Time Attendance solution developed when he was managing a pub for himself a few years ago. As a business owner himself. Our founder understands the trouble and time that is needed to solve the different types of pain points that are faced by business owners. From not being able to check attendances remotely, missing attendances information due to manual inputs and a…

Minimum wage 2018 in the Netherlands

June 14, 2018 in HR, Payroll, Time & Attendance
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A minimum wage is the lowest amount that can be legally paid to an employee by an employer either per hour, day, or month in a particular state/province or country. This definition does not apply to the maximum limit that can be paid to an employee, and it sets the ground rules for payment being that an employer cannot pay less than the legal minimum wage required. Minimum wage 2018 in the Netherlands Wages in the Netherlands increased from 1 January 2018, with workers aged 22 or over entitled to a minimum of €1,578 per month. This represents a €13…

Minimum wage 2018 in Portugal

June 14, 2018 in HR, Payroll
minimum wage 2018 in Portugal

A minimum wage is the lowest amount that can be legally paid to an employee by an employer either per hour, day, or month in a particular state/province or country. This definition does not apply to the maximum limit that can be paid to an employee, it sets the ground rules for payment being that an employer cannot pay less than the legal minimum wage required. Or in another context, it could be said to be the lowest amount that is collectively negotiated by trade unions and/or social partners to be paid to employees in different job sectors usually recognized…

Minimum Wage Rate Of India 2018

May 29, 2018 in Payroll, Time & Attendance
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The Minimum Wage Act is an Act of Parliament concerning Indian 1st law that sets the minimum wage that must be paid to skilled and unskilled labors. However, to keep in mind an industry’s capacity to pay the constitution has defined a ‘fair wage.’ , Minimum wage is a payment, or among which is given to the employees/workers for the work(job) they have done. It is given according to the working condition/experience and type of work. The minimum wage is generally calculated on the basis of the number of ho. It can either be paid on a daily basis after the completion of work or…

4 Things to Know If You Plan On Changing Time Cards Systems In 2018

May 24, 2018 in Payroll, Time & Attendance
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A champion among the essential business decisions you’ll make this year is the way you will deal with your finance. In case you’re running investment without anyone else, you’re most likely agonizingly acquainted with paper time cards, Excel spreadsheets, and extended periods of time spent before your PC, doing the math and rectifying mistakes. The company should make the payroll for the employees, payroll process automation is also used for this purpose, and payroll calculator calculates the employee’s payroll. While driving the finance transport solo offers more control, there are a few difficulties you’ll look in 2018 if you choose to precede…

Minimum Wage 2018 in Indonesia

May 23, 2018 in Payroll, Time & Attendance
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Introduction The employment policies belonging to unorganized workers and wages paid to them has been a subject of considerable discussion among union leaders and labor experts. While minimum wages legislation has to be in large extent for being effective in providing protection to employees in the organized sector, with periodic implements according to need for that country. Indonesia has legislation for minimum wage (MW) as regulated under Labour Law Act No. 13 Year 2003 article No. 88,89 and 90. However, there is new Government Regulation No. 8 of 1981 regarding protection of wages. Indonesia is on 7th ranking for having…

5 Reasons You Need An Employee Time Clock

May 20, 2018 in Time & Attendance
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Using an employee time clock (also known as time tracker) is one of the effective ways of getting tasks done with no financial loss or overtime. In addition, the time clock is an efficient way of managing project time in order to produce the utmost results. In a working environment, there are good reasons to track work-related activities and personal strengths in time management. On that end, it is crucial to outline the advantages every employee will get while tracking their activities at work. In this article, therefore, I will provide you with 5 compelling reasons that will encourage employees…

Never Underestimate The Influence Of What Is The Minimum Wage In My State? (US)

May 17, 2018 in Payroll
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The lowest pay permitted by law in the United States is set by US work law and scope of state and nearby laws. Bosses, for the most part, need to pay specialists the most elevated the lowest pay permitted by statute endorsed by the government, state, and neighborhood law. Since July 24, 2009, the central government has ordered an across the national minimum wage permitted by the bill of $7.25 every hour. In Jan 2018, there were 29 famous states with the lowest wage permitted by the law higher than the government at least. From 2017 to 2018, eight states…

Tracking Time is Essential for all Employer and Salaried Employees

April 3, 2018 in HR, Time & Attendance

Time Tracking is Essential for All Yes, not only for Employers, but even for Employees   Let’s be honest, most people are usually busy trying to take their own benefit than to offer it to others. Both the bosses and the workers need to have a system that makes the relationship fair. Employees usually consider time tracking is beneficial only to employers. They would often go, ‘urgh…’ and roll their eyes to more thorough time clock systems. Many staffs have the negative idea of tracking time, which it’s only beneficial to the boss to keep an extra eye. Yes, it…

U.S. Minimum Wage by States – 2018 Jan

April 3, 2018 in HR, Payroll
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What is ‘minimum wage’? A minimum wage is the lowest remuneration that employers should legally pay their employees. It seems like the concept is simple, but there are two conflict opinions economically. The supporters of the minimum wage say that it can increase the standard of living of workers and reduce poverty, since the employees earn more money. In contrast, the opponents are saying that it may increase poverty and unemployment rate, because the employers could hesitate to hire more employees worrying about increasing labor cost. In spite of the conflict, the minimum wage has increased globally. Today we’ll check…