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Is This Your Situation: Confused About How to Track Attendance


Over the years, various technological resources have emerged to help companies better track the time of their hourly employees. Everything from electronic clocks to biometric tools can keep your records up to date and your employees paid on time. Here are some ways our technology can help you track attendance.

  • Web Clock. Employees clock in and out from a computer within your office. They use usernames or ID numbers with unique passwords. 

  • Swipe Card Clock. We think anyone should be able to install a time clock. Get up and running in minutes with plug-and-play time clocks. (Both analog and ethernet)

  • Voice Clock. Call the phone number, enter your card number, location or department (if applicable), then clock in or out.

  • Mobile Clock. Your employees can use a mobile app to punch in where you can track the GPS location of the punch. No more wandering employees. 

  • Finger Clock. Don't you love in the movies when people use a thumbprint to enter a classified room? These aren't just science fiction. We have the fingerprint techinology in our biometric clocks. Now employees can use their finger to punch in and out.

  • TimeSimplicity. Spend far less time creating, adjusting and managing employee schedules. With advanced automated scheduling, identifying overstaffing or understaffing takes seconds, and swapping shifts among employees takes a matter of minutes. 

How does your company currently record time for hourly employees?

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