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Attendance tracking system for organizations

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Attendance tracking system has greatly advanced through the years. Employee tracking system can perform many activities at one time, some are like scheduling of employees, monitoring project cost, planning work hours and calculating payroll are all accrued in the benefits of the systems.

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Attendance tracking system for organizations

  1. 1. Attendance tracking system for organizations Attendance tracking system has greatly advanced through the years. Employee tracking system can perform many activities at one time, some are like scheduling of employees, monitoring project cost, planning of work hours and calculating payroll are all accrued in the benefits of the systems. These systems perform excellent job in the area of scheduling as well. This process can be automated or computerized according to viability. Employee attendance tracking system is effective in reducing the administration issues contiguous with management of time slips and significantly reduces mistakes allied with it. These systems are always required in big organizations having employees whose work schedules that are demanding and persistently altering. It can make significant difference in the prevalent concern faced by employers named as buddy punching. In this, person who is attending the office can mark the attendance of another employee that is not present or will come late by some passage of time. Attendance tracking It provides many facets for managing part-time employees. It covers the area of schedule management that includes managing lunches, breaks, paid and unpaid time off and overtime. These systems are capable for calculating late punches and display all patterns or absenteeism. Many systems may include detailed auditing in addition with reporting tools that will help managers in getting direct access with the employee’s timesheets and information. Who can use it? An organization that mostly hires hourly or part time employees probably requires this system. Although organizations having concoction of salaried and hourly staff may require it, however salaried employees don’t need these systems. The requirement of an employee system usually comes to bear when an organization hits employees from 25 to 1000. As the size of organization grows with the time so does the requirement stimulates. Business having more than 1000 employees often purchases large and more powerful systems that are capable of handling complex work schedules that integrates advanced labor planning and desired work ability schedules. Other intricate and sophisticated issues in small companies require labor budgeting and Key Performance Indicators (KPI). These advanced capabilities are used in small companies but they tend to begin usage in the organizations having more than 100 employees.
  2. 2. How does it work? It begins with fetching information from employees they have worked. Employees utilize their individual id cards or computers those themselves punch in and out. Some employees do not have access to computers thus they use proximity cards that are once placed in time clock reader. Magnetic swipe cards can also be used but again to avoid buddy punching it is not used. Some companies use biometric cards that ensure that employee is punching correct in and out time.

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