What is Timesheet Rounding?
Timesheet rounding occurs when an employer rounds up or down to by one, five, ten, or fifteen minutes.

Why Round?
Farms and orchards that aren’t using an electronic system don't have the ability to track precise times.

What are the Rules?
The rules vary by state. If you are saving money, it's probably not legal. Before implementing time sheet rounding, employers should consult their state labor office or labor law attorney.

Conclusion
Employees might assume you are cheating. The practice might not be legal or stay legal. The results could be grounds for a fair labor and standards act lawsuit. Why take a chance? 2nd Sight provide accurate time and attendance data so you don't need to round.