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The Affordable care Act is now in effect and is changing the way companies go about managing employee hours

The Affordable Care Act in effect as of 2015 dictates that large employers, those with 50 or more full time employees (ALE or Applicable Large Employers) for at least 120 days during the preceding calendar year, will be required to provide health insurance coverage to their employees. With a full time employee (FTE) being defined as being one that works 30 or more hours a week or 130 hours in a month, it is now imperative for business owners to have the proper safety measures in place or risk heavy fines of $40,000 or more.

Affordable Care Act, Why it Matters?

Easy Clocking + ACA = Staying Compliant

Easy Clocking ACA Easy Clocking’s Affordable Care Act Module includes powerful reporting features specifically aimed at keeping track of your Affordable Care Act ALE eligibility status.

Prepare and plan for your upcoming ALE status Using the look back measurement period for all current employees you as an administrator or manager can monitor employee FTE status as well as the company ALE status.

ACA Reporting

With to ability to generate reports on both part time and full time employee eligibility, you will be able to accurately track your employees without being bogged down by needless paperwork— increasing the efficiency and profitability of your business. With complicated ACA compliance measures, look to Easy Clocking’s Affordable Care Act module for a simple and easy to use time tracking solution. Gain a reliable solution to helping you save on the time, money, and manpower needed to effectively run your business.

Stay Compliant with Easy Clocking's Xenio

Punch Restriction

Manage your part time and full time employee hours effectively with Easy Clocking’s stop the punch. Gain the ability to administer set scheduling punch in times for increased accountability and business resilience. Eliminate time theft from your operations by prohibiting punches of unscheduled employees as well as restricting early or late shift punches.