Public employee union leader blasts corporate tax-dodgers

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By Rob Lorei

This Saturday the fifth annual St.Petersburg Science festival will be held from 10 am to 4 pm on the Bayboro waterfront at the USF St.Petersburg campus. One of the festival’s organizers,E. Howard Rutherford from USF St.Pete’s College of Marine Science, joins us  to talk about the festival that aims to engage children in the sciences through 150 exhibits involving fighting robots, tiny sharks, and explosions.

Manual attendance marking and estimation leads and cost of the organizations. Human errors, buddy punching and fraudulent time keeping are additional hidden expenses which directly affects the productivity of any organizations. Variation in attendance policies from one company to another makes it extremely challenging to capture time-attendance data and automate them. Therefore, a fully automated time-attendance management software is paramount for enhancing productivity of any organization.

Then we speak with Andy Madtes, executive director of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees Florida, who in a recent op-ed in the Tampa Tribune blasted corporations for dodging the billions of dollars they owe in taxes, which in turn deprives funds from a system that could be used to benefit the average, tax-paying Floridian.