Your business uses the same time tracking system it had in place for the last decade. Keeping up on exactly when employees come in, how many hours they work, what they're spending their time on, and whether time is accounted for properly is all in question. Your time tracking system is essential for accurate payroll, employee vacation tracking, and analyzing how much time is spent on particular tasks. If you suspect your system is better off in the stone age, look for these three signs to determine whether it's time to find a new one.
Time clock and timesheet-based time tracking systems puts full responsible on the employee, requiring the employee to remember to clock in and out in order to track their total hours worked. Employees may game the system to have another person clock them in to manipulate hours, forget to clock out for lunches, and completely forget to clock in for the day at all. Timesheet based time tracking is even worse in this respect, as the employee has to write down the times they worked. It's rare to get exact time measurements in these situations, risking inaccurate calculations for payment.
You have time sheets spread throughout your office, your human resources department is threatening to quit because.
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