Instant Insight: Labor Analytics and Reports
Our BlueforceTM system collects invaluable data regarding your employees’ time and attendance performance, and our built-in reporting capabilities give you immediate access to this treasure trove of data.
Whether accessing weekly timesheets for you managers’ approval or reviewing overtime costs for any given period of time, reports provide instant transparency into your business. You’ll find dozens of standard reports to choose from, many which have been developed in response to specific customers’ needs.
And because you can filter your data by various criteria–by date, by job site, even by individual employee–you can view your workforce from multiple perspectives.
Use Our Reports to…
- Assess/enhance productivity – It’s challenging to oversee multiple job sites, projects, and/or shifts. Our reports allow you to see which segments are well-managed and where there’s a need for improvement. Some customers actually use reports as management training tools.
- Prepare for audits – Audits aren’t nearly as stressful when you know that detailed information has not only been collected but is easily available in a variety of formats.
- Provide lawsuit protection - Wage and hour lawsuits are on the rise, and many of these involve the improper calculation of overtime. Because Blueforce ensures that hours are accurately reported to payroll, you’re less likely to run into trouble. But if you do, our reports can provide crucial documentation.
- Prepare performance reviews – We make spotting and tracking attendance problems a snap. Because our labor analytics are integrated with our scheduling program, you can overlay time sheets and schedules to pinpoint inconsistencies.
- Invoice more accurately – Client billing is much easier when you have detailed time and attendance data right at your fingertips. And since our reports are integrated with our labor budgeting program, you can use them to support your invoices.
- Close new accounts – Some of our customers show sample reports to their prospects when bidding on new accounts, impressing them with their attention to detail.