Greenshades Blog


How are you feeling today?

Posted on November 2nd, 2017

Chris Hadden, CPP Technical Sales Manager   How are you feeling? Do you need to take a sick day? If you are in one of the dozens of states and cities around the country which now requires employers of a certain size to offer paid sick leave to employees, you or your employees may now [read on ..]


Greenshades Online Administrator User Interface Updates

Posted on August 4th, 2017

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate We are consistently working to take feedback and implement it into our systems. In fact, they are the basis for most of our user interface updates. This week, we are releasing several user interface changes that have been requested from our customers to make your experience easier. During the [read on ..]


Spring cleaning and administrator clean up: why are these related?

Posted on April 5th, 2017

By Justin Kirkland Senior Sales Engineer Not only is it the time of year for spring cleaning, as you can tell by looking in my garage, it’s also time to clean up your admin list. We want you to make sure that the list of administrators tied to your companies Greenshades Online website is up [read on ..]


Love is in the air

Posted on February 14th, 2017

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate   Valentine’s Day. A day of love, chocolates, weddings and romance. The only real part of those things that would influence your Human Resource team is a wedding. Once you are married, there are things that need updating, benefits that become eligible, and more. The best part of our [read on ..]


GreenEmployee.com and what the new SSO (Secure Sign On) means for you and your employees

Posted on December 30th, 2016

By Justin Kirkland Sales Engineer Did you know that 71% of the population of the United States use email on a daily basis? I sure didn’t, but a quick search on the internet before writing this blog told me so. What does that have to do with the new employee SSO that is required on [read on ..]


Dynamics Payroll Inspector: bigger, better, faster

Posted on November 23rd, 2016

By Justin Kirkland Sales Engineer Hello, again.  It’s been a while since I have had the time or a reason to write a blog. I hope you all have not forgotten about me. I’m here today to tell you about the new updates for our Dynamics Payroll Inspector. The Affordable Care Act modules have been [read on ..]


How to make Greenshades Online help you with the upcoming overtime changes. Part II

Posted on August 31st, 2016

By Justin Kirkland Sales Engineer In the first part of this blog, we talked about the FMLA overtime rule changes that go into effect at the end of the year and what you would need to do to make sure that your Greenshades products to stay in compliance with the new law. Here are some [read on ..]


If you use the Green Employee Mobile app then this blog is for you

Posted on July 18th, 2016

By Justin Kirkland Sales Engineer   Greenshades is happy to announce that we have updated our mobile app. The new updates include user interface updates, but functionality updates as well. There is a new settings page, allowing employees to add a profile picture and this picture will sync from the mobile app to Greenemployee.com. Employees [read on ..]


Dynamics Payroll Inspector updates: What you as the user need to know

Posted on June 23rd, 2016

Update: There is an additional update made in December 2016. Click here to read. By Justin Kirkland Sales Engineer Greenshades recently rolled out a few updates to the Dynamics Payroll Inspector module. These changes improve functionality and usability. A majority of these updates were requests and issues, brought to our attention, by our clients. We [read on ..]


How to make Greenshades Online help you with the upcoming overtime changes

Posted on June 6th, 2016

By Justin Kirkland Sales Engineer With the looming overtime exemption rule change coming to fruition in our near future, you are probably wondering what you will need to do with your Greenshades products. The good news is that I’m here to help you get a general idea of what will need to be done. Before [read on ..]


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