As a business if you are still relying on spreadsheets and paper timesheets to manage your employees’ time, activities, skills and costs, you could be leaving yourself open to inefficiencies, inaccuracies, non-compliance with working time legislation and in some cases even employee fraud.

In this free to download paper we examine:

  • The most common types of timesheet fraud including inflating work hours, false data entry and nepotism.
  • Real life case examples of timesheet fraud and cases of accidental underpayment of employees that ended up as lawsuits.
  • Ways you can protect your business from deliberate fraud, increase management controls and ensure compliance with working time legislation.




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