Monitor Time and Attendance to Improve Business Profit

Today, perhaps you’re hearing the slamming shut of Fiscal Year 2015 as financial books are closed on in companies around the world. Ask yourself, if your company’s finances are no longer recorded in leather-bound ledgers –– why are you still using paper timesheets or manual methods to track your employees attendance?

With an advanced time and attendance software in the cloud, workforce data updates in real time on the Manager Dashboard.

For example, managers can review the status board and instantly see who is absent, clocked in/out, and on a meal or break. A Summary chart has bar graphs that compare Scheduled vs. Actual hours and calculates overtime hours. The data even includes off-site employees who are clocking in from mobile devices.

All of this time and attendance information at your fingertips can help improve business profit with better:

Workforce Management

Can your employee time clock verify that your employees are working in their assigned priority areas (departments, projects, customers accounts)?

Labor Analytics

Are you overstaffed or understaffed? Do your paper timesheets help you predict seasonal labor needs?

Key Performance Indicators

Are you adequately budgeting the right amount of time for production or service? Is your time card system secure to prevent against wage theft?

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