Innovative Time and Attendance Provider NETtime Solutions Will Attend the Southern California Payroll Focus Day 2012

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NETtime Solutions will demonstrate how NETtime helps companies comply with labor law by capturing employee time though multiple devices, including the NETOne cloud clock, at the Southern California Payroll Focus Day 2012.

NETtime Solutions, the pioneer of SaaS time and attendance, will be at the Southern California Payroll Focus Day 2012 that will be held at the Doubletree Hotel Santa Ana in Santa Ana, California on Thursday, September 20, 2012.

Attendees are encouraged to contact Adam Hollenberg at 800.561.6366 or to make an appointment to see a demonstration of the employee self-service benefits of NETtime and the revolutionary NETOne cloud clock.

Employees can review schedules and timesheets, transfer between jobs, review PTO balances and submit PTO requests as well as use standard clock in, out, meal and break functions.

NETtime collects and stores employee time and attendance data against powerful and flexible payroll policies that help organizations consistently manage their personnel while helping them comply with local, state and federal labor laws. The NETOne tightly integrates with the anywhere, anytime time and labor management solution.

NETtime clients use the true real-time data collected by the NETOne to make informed workforce decisions, improve productivity and minimize or eliminate errors. Payroll and HR personnel are freed to focus on strategic initiatives and operational improvement.

“NETtime and NETOne are the best of breed SaaS time and labor management solution. NETOne requires no polling agent so companies can see employee punches in real-time,” said Bahan Sadegh, founder and CEO of NETtime Solutions.

About NETtime Solutions
NETtime Solutions is a service company exclusively delivering time and attendance in the cloud. Available anywhere, anytime, NETtime helps companies manage their workforce with real-time time and attendance data while maintaining compliance with local, state and federal labor laws.

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