The Benefits of Biometrics
At the end of the day, employees clock out with their fingerprints. Because each person has a unique fingerprint, there is no way that an employee can clock in for another. This feature eliminates buddy punching and ensures that owners never pay for hours that are not worked.
Biometric clocking goes hand in hand with time and attendance software. It is the gateway to recording, monitoring and analysing workforce data. Biometrics offer security and can easily help in maintaining compliance with legislation. With any system, reliability and accuracy if of utmost importance when reporting on workforce data. Efficiency is key, with an increase in productivity being the by-product of a streamlined system.
With today’s systems, managers can also quickly track:
Profitability on each job
Easy to Install and Use
A biometric fingerprint reader is quick and easy to use, and the programs and peripherals require no specialised training. This reduces the need for costly educational courses and ensures that any organisation saves time while deploying new technology in their human resource infrastructure.
The systems are perfect for organisations that have a host of different working patterns and a variety of pay structures. After the system is installed and connected to a company’s network, it is easily configured to reflect the different shifts, hours, wages and departments in a particular organisation.
Reports and Analytical Tools
With a biometric fingerprint reader and modern technology, employee data is easily kept in a computer system and easily accessed by any member of an organisation. The program allows managers an easy way to schedule shifts, analyse payroll and efficiency and print reports.
Key Features and Benefit
- Robust and easy-to-use, a completely intuitive system.
- The system controls working hours, reduces overtime and minimises absences.
- Automatically calculates hours and pay according to system configurations.
- View, edit and print reports on employee data from a computer screen.
- Export payroll data to the most commonly used payroll systems.
Installing a biometric fingerprint reader is an ideal choice for businesses that have one or a hundred employees, and today’s technology saves time and money by reducing installation expenses and making sure that workers are always on the job at the time which they were scheduled. The heart of the device is a unique reader that scans the individual fingerprint of each employee and tracks hours worked during weekly shifts. The devices are also fully integrated with other software and can send text message alerts to staff when employees are absent for their shift. This
The heart of the device is a unique reader that scans the individual fingerprint of each employee and tracks hours worked during weekly shifts. The devices are also fully integrated with other software and can send text message alerts to staff when employees are absent for their shift. This features allows owners an easy way to improve their profitability and ensure that the correct employees are in the right place at the right time.