Friday, September 14

Automated Time Keeping by Kronos

I’m sure when my photography business expands to a point that it requires the workforce of many persons, a good system to keep check on my employee’s attendance and their work hours is much needed.

Yet, such a low level management element like this is time consuming and the paper work involved if it were to be done manually would be maddening. Hence, I would most probably need an automated system like one that is currently offered by Kronos.

Kronos supplies various kinds of automated time keeping software under its Workforce Central Suite. Amongst them are Workforce Timekeeper, Timekeeper Central, Kronos Iseries Timekeeper and webTA.

All the above are designed to help optimize the efficiency and effectiveness of employee time keeping by reducing the risk of costly payroll errors, discard the need for paper timesheets hence eliminating human errors and more importantly free managers like me to give time on higher level managerial tasks.

The employees that are being overseen by this automated system can check in using self-service stations and data collecting desktops. This would eliminate costly punch cards or electronic ones hence no more time wastage in preparing replacements for the lost cards.

What I love best and need the most from such a software is customization, since work hours nowadays can fluctuate unpredictably. It then allows me to key in complex attendance rules and work hour checks beyond the basic 9 to 5 staple.

With the surmountable data at hand, it’s great that the softwares in the Workforce Central Suite allows me to see the big picture in the employee’s work trends through a single dashboard view. This view then allows managerial and supervisor tasks be performed at the said centralized view.

It seems that many companies have successfully implemented this automated time keeping system with great returns in terms of reduced time wastage and improved cost advantages. I’d give Kronos a try for all my company’s time keeping needs.

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swifttime said...

Swifttime is an electronic web based application making it easy for employees and managers to improve work efficiency. Best suited for firms with remote employees and companies with hourly employees where proper documentation of working hours are required. This application can be accessed from any web-based device like mobile devices (Blackberry or iphone). It has following advantages:

· Provides a menu driven user interface.
· High accuracy in payroll management.
· Employees and managers can easily access this application via Internet or mobile devices.
· No start-up cost is required.
· Nightly backups of all data.
· Helps to ensure compliance with federal wage and hour laws.
· Advanced reporting module.
· Integrated billing and invoicing module.
· Data can be exported to Excel spreadsheets for further processing.
· Integration with payroll programs like ADP, Quick Books, Peach tree and others available

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