How Manufacturing Uses Cloud-Based Time and Attendance Software

How Manufacturing Uses Cloud-Based Time and Attendance Software

No two Manufacturing facilities are alike. But when it comes to time and attendance, managers need to balance convenience, budget, and speed regardless of their production environment. With a cloud based time and attendance software, Manufacturers experience a whole new level of employee engagement. Here’s how:
When you implement a cloud based time and attendance software at your manufacturing plant, employees can do things they never knew could with a paper timesheet –– such as:

Clock in under 2 seconds at the employee time clock.
It’s as simple as: “Enter ID, Clock In/Out.” That’s it. The simple interface is important for speed during shift changes and taking breaks/meals in compliance with union benefits.

Check the Employee Dashboard.
With real-time updates, employees can check their schedules and time off accruals. They can make time off requests and even see who else from their team has made time off requests.

Track any changes to timesheets.
A transparent chain of events records any changes or modifications to a timesheet. This eliminates surprises in their paycheck from Payroll.

Monitor overtime pay rates.
The cloud based time and attendance software tracks time and breaks it down –– to the second –– by pay rate.

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