Outpace the Competition with Intelligent Time and Attendance Reports

Business competition is tough. Reading time and attendance reports should be easy. But what if you’re still using paper timesheets? You may not even be aware of what types of time and attendance reports are available –– and how they can ultimately help your company outpace the competition.

An advanced time and attendance software is based in the cloud, meaning employees can clock in and out from a single location or from multiple locations. All of these activities are captured in real time and are displayed on a customized Manager Dashboard. And, from this single view, you can dive deep into labor analytics.

For example, improve workforce management with easy-to-read pie charts and bar graphs on:

  • Scheduled vs. actual Hours
  • Year to date hours
  • PTO balances
  • Overtime
  • Attendance
  • Tardiness

In the Notifications Bar, alerts warn you and your managers of exceptions and missing punches. This allows managers who remedy any absence or overtime situations to do so swiftly.

Finally, customizable interactive charts let you set filters. That way you can drill down in workforce data –– location, property, department, job, employee –– so you can identify patterns and make informed labor management decisions.

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