Time and attendance system
The importance of the employees identification when clock in/out
As well as the typewriter was replaced by the computer, time clocks started to move away from mechanical to computer based, electronic time and attendance systems because of the lack of information and automated payroll processing.
How many hours does your administrative spend in tracking the hours of the employees and do the payroll processing manually?
Where is the technology going for time and attendance systems?
Today is not enough to track and process employees hours but to know who clocks in / out is also needed.
In many companies the employees don't work the agreed hours in their employment contract.
A 3% of the worked hours has to be assumed by the companies because of the time spent by the employees. This percentage was calculated from a study made by the spanish consulting company "Inology" about control time and verification technologies applied in companies.