HBS designed the ecotime® application to be the most powerful and flexible workforce management system available. ecotime® provides all employees with the ability to use the most appropriate time entry method for their work situation. It supports several different data collection technologies. These include internal Web screens, electronic time clocks, IVR phone systems, interfaces from other systems, and HBS’s own ecotime® Web clock. Through the utilization of profiles and rules, the system was designed to give clients the ability to maintain their own system and enabling the client to make changes to the process or work flow transactions.

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Time and Attendance Solutions

In an increasingly digital world, companies that rely on antiquated methods of time and attendance management waste resources, energy and time, all while exposing themselves to a slew of potential errors. HBS’s time and attendance solutions provide easy-to-use, streamlined, Web-based systems for companies of all sizes. By designing an individually tailored system to suit a particular company’s needs and eliminating time-consuming and error-prone tasks, HBS enables businesses to spend less time and energy on themselves and more time and energy doing business.

In order to provide the highest level of service to our clients HBS is excited to announce we are expanding and moving to a new office. Our new mailing address will be: Huntington Business Systems, Inc. 761-70 Coates Avenue Holbrook, NY 11741
The ecotime® FMLA Module gives companies an easy way to manage their employees’ requests, required documentation, approval and usage of employee time covered by the Family Medical Leave Act. This includes the new requirements recently passed by President Obama.
HBS is a leading provider of time and attendance solutions for small-, mid- and enterprise-sized organizations. HBS designed the ecotime® system to meet the needs of all industries, as well as the ability to customize the system to meet specific needs.
A class-action suit has been filed by former employees of a Property Management group, claiming that their supervisors incorrectly recorded their time, which was being rounded down, resulting in the employees being improperly compensated for the hours they worked.