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Timothy Ervin
Film Handler

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From: Oklahoma
Registered: Jan 2001


 - posted 03-15-2005 11:37 PM      Profile for Timothy Ervin   Email Timothy Ervin   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
What payroll system are you currently using? I am currently using the EZPay system by Lathem. Anyone else using this? Any comments on it?

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Brian Hogan
Expert Film Handler

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From: Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Registered: Jul 2001


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never heard of it. ive used a system from workbrain, however. its pretty neat for a large chain all across the country. all information and transactions are done through the workbrain server, rather than locally at the theatre. it is web based, so this means that access to the system requires only an internet connection. clocking in/out, individual availability and schedules, shift swaps and all admin stuff are done via internet explorer. only downside is when all the theatres nationwide do the weekly payroll on thursday, the workbrain server crashes all night long from the strain. gotta love technology.

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Mike Spaeth
Phenomenal Film Handler

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From: Hampton, GA
Registered: Jul 2000


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Kronos for timeclock ... ADP for Payroll Services.

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Mike Williams
Master Film Handler

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From: Knoxville, TN
Registered: Feb 2002


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We are moving to Kronos Workforce company-wide.

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Brad Allen
Jedi Master Film Handler

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From: Evansville, IN, USA
Registered: May 2000


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Quickbooks Pro.
Ready Theatre System for clocking in and out/tracking hours.

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John T. Hendrickson, Jr
Jedi Master Film Handler

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From: Freehold, NJ, USA
Registered: Apr 2001


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ADP

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Jason Black
Phenomenal Film Handler

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From: Myrtle Beach, SC, USA
Registered: Nov 2000


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IQ-0 or IQ-2000.

In house payroll processing, including clocking in/out, etc..

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Chris Brown
Expert Film Handler

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From: Fairport, NY, USA
Registered: Nov 2004


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Kronos Workforce, Ultipro

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John McConnel
Expert Film Handler

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From: Okmulgee, OK USA
Registered: Nov 2003


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Hello, Tim -- We use Quick Trax, which is from Sensible Cinema. It works satisfactorily.

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Robert Burtcher
Expert Film Handler

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From: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Registered: Jun 2005


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I don't know what is used to to the payroll, but our timesheets are done through ScheduleSource.

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Jim Ziegler
Jedi Master Film Handler

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From: West Hollywood, CA
Registered: Jul 99


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Venue for our timeclock (and POS) and ADP for payroll.

Schedule Source, eh? You must work for Dickinson...

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Thomas Dieter
Expert Film Handler

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From: Yakima, WA
Registered: Jun 2004


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We are using RTS for Timeclock, and ADP for Payroll.

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Mike Blakesley
Film God

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From: Forsyth, Montana
Registered: Jun 99


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Quickbooks here.

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Paul J. Neuhaus
Expert Film Handler

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From: Iraq.. Again!
Registered: Jun 2005


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Jason,

IQ-0 HUH!! Carmike's "awesome" in-house, all-inclusive system.
IQ-0 is the sort of system you get when you give a 4th grader a soldering iron! [puke] [bs]

did they ever fix the problem of not being able to do more then one thing in a night. ie send a message, recieve stock, or enter a new employee?
We used to have to decide what was more important cause you never quite knew what would hit if you entered it all [Mad]

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Robert Burtcher
Expert Film Handler

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From: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Registered: Jun 2005


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quote: Jim Ziegler
Schedule Source, eh? You must work for Dickinson...
Yup, you got it. I actually like ScheduleSource, though... It's nice to be able to access and manage your schedule from anywhere you have internet access. My only gripe is that ScheduleSource doesn't seem to respect split availability schedules (i.e. I can't work between 3 and 6 pm on Wednesdays, but the scheduler still schedules me for shifts like 12:30-8pm). I'm told that ScheduleSource does scheduling pretty much automagically, so I assume it's their problem, and not management's.

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