Many small businesses manually track time and attendance, and others rely on outdated technology. It's natural to think employees wouldn't take advantage of loopholes in the system, but the statistics tell a different story. For instance, did you know that 43 percent of employees admit to having committed time theft? Put your time-theft knowledge to the test now.
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