Managing schedules and tracking labor hours for a business with numerous departments that typically runs 24/7 and 365 days a year can be difficult. Greenshades timesheets track more than just hours worked, our robust timesheets keep track of the following:
Timekeeping is flexible depending on your organization’s needs. Employees can clock in using the Green Employee portal on their desktop or mobile. Through our partnership with Lathem, your organizations can choose from a wide variety of time clocks. You can choose from various types of time clocks, including the traditional clock, as well as advanced options such as facial recognition, fingerprint identification, and employee badge-based systems.
Efficiency is important when it comes to casino HR operations. The Greenshades platform streamlines recruiting, onboarding, benefits administration, certification tracking, license tracking and centralizes HR document management. Remove the need for paperwork and spreadsheets by using cloud-based technology and add an extra layer of security for your confidential HR operations.
With Green Employee, casino employees have the ability to access essential HR functions at any time and from any location. This eliminates the need for them to spend their work hours seeking out managers, submitting requests, or trying to reach the HR department. The platform enables employees to easily access HR functions such as:
The self-service functionality is up to your organization, you can easily configure the functions that employees have access to. Through our partnerships, expand your HR suite through partners like applicant tracking through JazzHR and learning management using LearnUpon.
Handle all your quarterly and year-end reporting with Greenshades. We support all forms of federal and state unemployment submissions as well as, W-2s and 1099s reporting, ACA reporting, and more. Our software collects and validates the information to create forms. The dashboard makes it easy to review forms, handle bulk updates, and verify SSNs. Once forms are completed, we distribute them digitally or through print and mail to your employees and vendors.
Streamline your benefits offerings through our benefits portal by housing all medical, dental, vision, 401k, voluntary benefits, in one location for easy management. Employees can quickly see the details of plans they qualify for through a simple workflow without the assistance of the HR department. Inside the Green Employee portal, they can easily manage and update benefits.
Managers are given oversight of the open enrollment process, and ongoing review of any updates employees make to their benefits package. Benefits that are applied to employees are automatically deducted during the payroll process, reducing the need for manual entry.
If a tribe elects to participate in the State Unemployment (SUTA) system they are not required to file Form 940, aka Employer's Annual Federal Unemployment (FUTA) Tax Return. However, the state unemployment compensation laws must cover (with some exceptions) tribal employee services.
Tribes don’t need to file Form 940 if they meet the following conditions:
Tribal organizations are responsible for payment of the employer's share of FICA tax on wages paid to employees. They must also withhold the employee's share of FICA and federal income taxes.
If casino worker receives tips totaling over $20 in a calendar month while working for their employer, then the tips are subject to FICA and FUTA federal tax withholding.
Like regular HR departments, tribe's face the challenges of:
Tribal HR departments differ because they must manage federal and state employment laws while still upholding tribal ordinances and policies can be difficult. Tribal organizations also have the unique challenge of finding qualified workers who understand cultural values and beliefs.
The Indian Health Service, IHS, is a part of the federal government that delivers health care to American Indians and Alaska Natives and provides funds for tribal and urban Indian health programs. The IHS receives funds from the U.S. Congress each year, so the budget can be limited to service the entire population. This means that funds are not always available to patients, and sometimes out-of-pocket costs are required.
The Indian Health Service is not an entitlement program like Medicare, Medicaid, insurance, or an established benefits package. There are two types of services provided by the IHS:
American Indians and Alaska Natives are eligible for all public, private, and state health programs available to the general population. Health insurance helps to combat health care costs, so the patient does not have to pay the full cost of health care services.
Employees find it beneficial to get health insurance from their employer for two reasons. The first reason is to be prepared for basic healthcare needs and unexpected health emergencies. Secondly, with the IHS, healthcare services offered are limited, and it can be hard to find a provider if you move outside the reservation. Health insurance gives you provider options.