Keeping The Time
timeclock is ideal for ensuring that everyone clocks in and out as they should and to help the accounting department of the company.
There are a few different types of clocks that you can get. The most common, and the easiest to use, is one where the employees will use a badge. The badge will have a stripe on the back that is scanned. The times that the employee clocks in and out for the day and for lunch are recorded. This system is often linked back to a computer in the office to make it easier to have records of the number of hours that each employee has each week. When payroll checks are written, the accounting department can simply look at the hours for the week before writing the check. This kind of system can prevent employees from writing down more hours than they were really at work. It's an ideal system for companies that have several employees who might work different hours. Even if the employees work when there is no one in the office and there is only a supervisor in the building, the hours are still sent to the computer system.
Another system that is easy to record the correct times of the employees is a punch card system. The employees will punch a card when they arrive and when they leave for the day. There isn't a way to write a different time on the card as the times look like they have been hole punched instead of simply marked out. When there is a clock in use, it can help monitor those who frequently arrive at work late or those who seem to leave early all the time. If there are issues with employees who don't work all day, then the clock system can point to the person who is not being as responsible as the other employees. This can save the company money and allow management to find someone who will be at work on time.