Greenshades Blog


What time is it?

Posted on October 19th, 2017

By Chris Hadden, CPP Technical Sales Manager   Did you know? I read an article recently in the Smithsonian Magazine that explored the intricacies involved in time and how our measurement (and accuracy) of time has changed so much over the years. The article even discussed how our view of a timeline differs in many [read on ..]


The importance of a good time clock

Posted on July 14th, 2017

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate Timesheets and time clocks have been around since the beginning of the work experience. Luckily, the experience with using them has changed in the last hundred years and today it can be more than just a piece of paper and a pen or pencil. This is why we have [read on ..]


Are you getting the most from Employee Services?

Posted on February 1st, 2017

  By Chris Hadden, CPP Technical Sales Manager Really? You didn’t know about that? After working with Greenshades customers for years now, I still regularly learn new creative ways to leverage the Greenshades Employee Services portal. Unfortunately, I also occasionally talk with customers who are not aware of some of the extremely helpful features that [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 ..]


Four ways that Greenshades can save you time: Part 2 – Time Entry

Posted on August 12th, 2016

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate I’ve worked for many companies before finding a home at Greenshades. Each of them had a different way of doing timesheets, from the punch cards, the printed sheets, and then the employee kiosk, there was always a different way of making sure my hours were correct. Let’s take a [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 ..]


Overtime exemption rules and how they impact your business

Posted on June 3rd, 2016

By Chris Hadden, CPP Technical Sales Manager   We’ve been blogging about it, tweeting about it, and planning for it since Q3 2015. However, it still seems almost surreal that the overtime exemption rules are changing. Just a minor change? Certainly not. After the Department of Labor (DOL) went over a decade without making any [read on ..]


4 reasons to head to American Payroll Association’s Congress

Posted on May 5th, 2016

  By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate   Boogie down! If you were at last year’s “Payroll On Fire” event, you know the type of fun that the American Payroll Association can have. They turn the stigma of payroll folks being paper pushers into a party that does nothing but squash that belief. This year’s [read on ..]


Hiring remote employees? Make it easier on your team.

Posted on April 26th, 2016

By Brittany Llorente Media Marketing Associate When I first started working for Greenshades, I had no idea what it was like to work remotely. I do not work in the Jacksonville office. I work from a quaint little town down in Vero Beach, about three hours south. I’m actually the closest remote worker as there [read on ..]


What to expect when you’re expecting

Posted on April 12th, 2016

By Chris Hadden, CPP Technical Sales Manager   My wife and I are expecting our first child this summer. While I am beyond excited, I’m also panicking just a bit. It is to be expected, right? While many of my waking minutes at this point are either preparing our house for the little one or [read on ..]


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