Self-service features are the hallmark for most cloud-based time & attendance software. Such features are designed to be employee-facing, letting workers engage with the software in ways that improve their user experience, as well as their employee experience. Many self-service features are designed to create new levels of mobility, simplicity, and ease. But what business […]Read More >
3 Examples of Using Alerts In Time and Attendance Software
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Managers have a lot to deal with. On the front end, they make sure employees deliver high quality products and service. On the back end, they evaluate labor within the parameters of operation, but many small tasks often get overlooked. Cloud-based time and attendance software has the functionality to customize Alerts, which work as an automated HR assistant in workforce management.
Here are 3 examples of how using Alerts can help your productivity and labor management:
- Skipped break or meal – This is not just relevant for union shops where breaks and meals are strictly regulated. Let’s say you run a retail store and business goes absolutely bonkers during the holiday season. The last thing you want is burnout among your customer service associates. With cloud-based time and attendance software, you can customize an alert for breaks and meals, which appears as a warning icon on your Manager Dashboard.
- Approaching overtime – A well-planned schedule can easily be thrown off track when an employee calls in sick. Everyone scrambles to cover the shift, but this may add more hours to an employee’s time sheet. If you’re carefully watching the payroll budget, you may not want to go into overtime pay rates. A standard punch employee time clock is only for time tracking, not labor analytics. Whereas an alert in a cloud-based time and attendance software can notify of you which employees are nearing overtime.
- Customized alerts for your business – Some sectors, such as financial services, need license updates for employees. Other sectors, such as healthcare, need continuing education certifications for employees. Nearly every business sector has some sort of requirement for employees (such as medical check-ups, and training). With cloud-based time and attendance software, you can customize the alerts you need for your business.