Employee Time & Attendance

If you manage a remote team of workers, then you know how hard it is to oversee your employees. Right now, you’re probably calling or emailing each employee to create their schedule and then, at the end of the week, manually sorting through timesheets and hoping all of the information on them is correct. What’s efficient about this process? Pretty much nothing.

How do you know that your employee is showing up on time for their 10am shift? Chances are, you don’t. When you pay your employees for every hour worked, this time becomes critical. And, unfortunately, without accurate time and attendance tracking, you’re probably overpaying. Your business could be losing money by paying employees for time the didn’t work.

For example, if you’ve scheduled an employee to work from 10am to 5pm and they actually arrive at 10:15am and leave at 4:45pm, that’s 30 minutes of time that you paid for when they weren’t actually working. If they work 5 shifts per week, that adds up to 2.5 hours a week… and 10 hours a month. Yikes. Now imagine that number spread out across multiple employees in stores and doors across the country. You can see just how quickly the number adds up.

 With all of the technology available today, there’s no need to fly blind anymore. When you use a mobile app for time and attendance, you can better track when and where employees are working. Having exact clock in and clock out times means you’re only paying for the exact times when an employee is in the store. This completely elimates errors or inaccurate repoted time that happens with a manual timesheet process.

We have learned so much since deploying our own mobile app here at AllWork. Our clients report a savings of between 5-10% on their employee budget. That’s budget that they can put back into important goals for the business. This is remote work made simple.

For more information, or to see a full demo of the AllWork platform, including our mobile app with GPS tracking, please contact us at info@allworknow.com

It’s 10 am, Do You Know Where Your Employees Are?

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