Punch clocks, clock card machines, Bundy clocks, time recorders. Most organizations are opting for newer methods to track their employees’ time and attendance. Today’s time tracking technology is not just about capturing hours—it’s about where those hours are allocated and how productive they are. TEC analyst Sherry Fox reviews some of the key features of current time tracking software and highlights some popular vendors.
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software capabilities). These include: Biometric Time Clocks —Rather than using a key, code, or chip to identify the user, these clocks rely on a unique attribute of the user (such as a handprint, fingerprint, face, iris, or retina). The user will have their attribute scanned into the system. Biometric readers are often used in conjunction with an access control system, granting the user access to a building, while at the same time, clocking them in for work and recording the time and date. Hand Punch