Still using paper time sheets?
Your field managers are working much harder than they should be.
Chances are, they’re devoting way too much time and effort to simply keeping track of employees: clocking workers in and out, verifying and tallying hours, prepping to make payroll.
Paper time sheets undoubtedly eat up hours of your managers’ workweek. And yet none of these activities has a direct bearing on managing performance, other than ensuring that everyone’s where they should be.
If you lifted these tasks off your managers’ shoulders, how much more time could they devote to employee performance and productivity?
An automated time tracking system does just that. The system handles all the recordkeeping and tabulating, while generating reports that give managers insights into employee behavior.
In addition, the system shifts clock-in responsibilities from manager to employee. With automated time and attendance, employees become actively involved and directly accountable for maintaining their time tracking data.
And with increased responsibility comes increased benefits. If you choose a time tracking system with employee self-service, workers can access their timesheets, time-off records, and works schedules right from the time clock.
That not only frees up managers, but empowers employees. Do manual timesheets do that?
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