Punch Clocks: One Of The Many Problems; Misaligned Time Stamps

I was at a PayrollHero beta clients office the other day chatting with them about the launch of PayrollHero in their Vancouver office and I went over to their current solution to check it out.  Currently they use a punch card system for all employees to clock in and out.  Not only were the cards all out of order with a couple of them behind someone else’s card, I grab one (see image) that was quite the mess.

Check out the first day on the card… what time did that employee leave for lunch? What time did he return? and what time did he leave at the end of the day?

In this situation, the payroll administrator will collect all of the cards at the end of the 2 week period and then go through them all.  Anything that is incorrect or missing forces the payroll admin to go speak to the person in question directly and ask them about the times.

Not only is this a huge waste of time for the payroll admin, but it takes the employee off of their current tasks and it forces them to try and remember what time they came and went so that they get paid accurately.

PayrollHero solves this problem perfectly.  A web based, mobile solution that ensures clocking in and out is done without error.  If you want to be a beta client, contact us.

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2 thoughts on “Punch Clocks: One Of The Many Problems; Misaligned Time Stamps

  1. Hi Clive
    Which type of biometric system?

    PayrollHero uses the face as the biometric eliminating buddy punching, ghost employees and simple issues like missing time stamps. The system not only does facial recognition to ensure the right employee is in the right place at the right time, but applies a mood rating to the clock in pictures to help management understand the happiness of their workforce.

    Let me know if you have any questions.

    Happy to chat.


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