Time recording with a time clock

The punch clock has made its comeback. A lot of managers associate a punch clock as a controlling factor and a has been. Still, there are more and more companies who see the benefits of a time clock. By using a time clock, registering hours takes less time and the probability of errors is greatly reduced.

Time attendance

How a time clock works

A time clock is a box that is installed on location. The modern time clock that Shiftbase offers is directly connected to our software via the internet. This enables real-time insight into which employees have been clocked in and what the current wage costs are. Once an employee forgets to clock in or out, the registered hours can be adjusted manually.

  • Time clock with ethernet, Wi-Fi or 3G

  • Time clock directly connected to Shiftbase

  • Manual adjustments possible

The benefits of a time clock

  • Most simple way of registrating hours

  • Less chance of incorrect time registrations

  • Automatically round clock times

  • Clock in and out with a fingerscan and keychain

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Reduce the chance of incorrect registrations

Many companies use a time registration form to register the worked hours. When employees register these hours themselves, there is a chance that registered times are not readable or are not properly registered. By using a time clock, these errors are something of the past.

  • Always a correct time registration

  • Time registration on paper belongs to the past

  • Easily export hours for the accountant

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Automatic time registration

By using a time clock, the time registration can be fully automated.

Automatically round clock times

Clocked hours can be completed automatically, based on the work schedule. When an employee clocks in earlier than the scheduled time, the start time of the shift is recorded.

Automatic calculation of breaks

The software can automatically calculate breaks. This is based on the worked hours or on fixed break moments. When an employee clocks out, the software looks at the number of hours registered and calculates the break time.