Some days you wished you were anywhere but at work troubleshooting unanticipated problems. You’re in charge of a production floor in a mid-sized manufacturing plant and that day of yours which started so beautifully with everything going smoothly just turned into a nightmare at 1pm. One of your employees hasn’t showed up after the lunch break.
When a small or mid-sized company is involved in projects located hundred of miles away from its head office, how do you manage staff related to project costing? This type of playing field can get tricky when it comes down to have the right tools to reign in your job cost evaluation biding.
The world has greatly evolved since the advent of the caveman. We come from a time when our ancestors wrote on stones with stones. And today, as we well know, things have quite changed for the better.
In this installment on Time and Attendance ROI (return on investment), we examine savings a properly configured time and attendance system can produce. You just might be surprised since in the absence of an automated time and attendance system, companies lose productivity, overpay employees, and become distracted by the manual tasks of managing their staff.
At dawn, the second day shift at an Indiana semiconductor chips maker is beginning. Employees press their index finger on a scanner to identify them through their fingerprints as they walk into the facility to begin their workday.
Why is it so hard for executives and non-unionized employees to show proof of their works and give their expense account on time? After all it is the only way for them of receiving their remuneration in time and according to the policy of their company.