Some organizations give pay cuts for employees who are late by ten minutes or more. Even ten minutes can affect productivity. How do you keep track of employee’s actual clock in and clock out times on their pcs? Simple, use our software’s Clock in Clock Out Tool.
TimeBoss has an excellent feature which allows the HR to record the exact time which the employee logs in and out of her pc. All time spent working and break time gets recorded with the Clock in Clock Out Tool. This feature is accessible from any location where your employees are working from and is ideal for organizations with offices across different physical locations.
The tool has a simple interface with video guided tours on installation and use. It will take minimal time for your IT to install. In no time, your employees will be able to access the integrated dashboard, which also gives task assignments apart from logging their in and out time.
To track employees, you can set up your account with TimeBoss in such a manner that only authorized login are recorded. You canprovide a list of authorized IP addresses of the pcs that your employees use. This ensures that employees log in only from authorized IP and also allow you to track their work time systematically. In case, the employees are using different machines, our system records IP address of every log in and log out so to keep track of where your employees are clocking in and clocking out.
Our mobile interface will help your employee to clock in from any location. This clock in via mobile is also recorded and is an excellent tool for the sales and other mobile functions. You can enable this only for employees with mobile support and disable it for the rest.
Our system generates detailed reports for you to analyze. It helps you measure productivity by checking employee tardiness, late coming, actual time spent on work and clocking in time. You can also check overtime. That is, does an employee spend more time than allotted on a task and this impact its value? This kind of data and reporting helps you gauge efficiency and do a cost v/s profit analysis.