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Ideas and tools to keep your shift from hitting the fan

The ShiftNote Employee Scheduling Software is Here!

April 23, 2013 by Matt Thompson.

We are so very excited to announce that we have released a new add-on product for the ShiftNote Digital Logbook that is going to make your life as a manager so much easier! Our employee scheduling software will allow you to create and edit schedules right from your ShiftNote

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PPACA Series: Strategy One - Minimum Compliance

April 15, 2013 by Dennis Maggart.

As we have already learned, large employers under PPACA may be subject to a new “Pay or Play” penalty. These potential penalties only apply to employers with 50 or more Full-Time Equivalent employees. While part-time employees will count against employers when determining whether they are subject to these penalties  part-time employees do not count when

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PPACA Series: Non-Discrimination Rules under PPACA

April 1, 2013 by Dennis Maggart.

Healthcare Reform includes several provisions that apply to all groups, regardless of their size. One of the most important provisions for the food service industry is the new non-discrimination rules. Included in the PPACA requirements was the expansion of existing non-discrimination rules to small, fully-insured groups. These rules will have limited impact in some industries, but will have a significant

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Preview the All New Admin Area

March 28, 2013 by Matt Thompson.

The ShiftNote team has been working hard on some much needed site updates. We have completely redesigned the Admin Area and have added in some exciting new features as well. You can access the beta version of the fully functional new Admin Area by clicking on the Admin

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PPACA Series: The Three Strategies for Healthcare Reform

March 19, 2013 by Dennis Maggart.

PPACA has been a very perplexing challenge for employers and their consultants since its passage in 2008. Simply by its size it created confusion and frustration for those who tried to grasp its many complex provisions and requirements. Since it dealt with nearly all aspects of our healthcare system, the interaction of each section and ultimately how employers, employees, carriers and healthcare

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Site Slow Down Issues

March 18, 2013 by Matt Thompson.

We are experiencing some networking issues due to our web hosting service with RackSpace, which is causing slower than normal load times. We are working on the issue and hope to have it resolved as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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PPACA Series: 3 Steps to Managing your Workforce

March 5, 2013 by Dennis Maggart.

In the previous articles we explained that the size of your workforce will be a key determinant in how troublesome your compliance will be under PPACA. If you have over 50 full-time equivalent employees you will be subject to potential Pay or Play penalties which could cost you tens of thousands of dollars. While this sounds scary, one of the unique aspects of PPACA provides an

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Would your restaurant benefit from a PR agency’s expertise?

March 1, 2013 by Stephanie Angelyn Casola.

As a public relations professional, agency life affords a wide variety of experiences. During my years in the field, I've had the opportunity to work with clients from high-profile restaurants, to award-winning breweries and nationally-recognized pizzerias. Though the services vary and are customized based on each clients’ needs, one thing remains constant: hiring the right public relations agency to

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We love you!

February 14, 2013 by Matt Thompson.

On a day where it is tradition to tell the ones you love that you care about them - we wanted to give a quick shout out to all those who use ShiftNote (and those thinking about it), and say....

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PPACA Series: Ten new words you’ll need to know to understand healthcare reform

February 11, 2013 by Dennis Maggart.

Now that the chaos of court challenges and the election have subsided it’s time to get down to the task of living with PPACA. Some industries will have little problem with complying with the new healthcare reform rules, while other businesses (like restaurants) will see a quantum shift in how they run their operation. Those that adapt the quickest will be the winners.

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