Business system communicates in real time when a person clocks
As part of its previously announced strategic review Lloyds Banking Group said it will lose nearly 1,000 jobs. In a statement released on Tuesday, it said: “During 2009, 2010 and 2011, slightly less than 50% of the role reductions made as part of integration have led to people leaving the group through redundancy. All affected employees have been briefed by their line manager today.” Lloyds said recognised unions Accord, LTU, GMB and Unite were consulted prior to the announcement.
Business clocking experts Tensor have designed wireless enabled Time and Attendance systems that save time and increase efficiency at the workplace. Timely information is increasingly important within business. The new range of T32xx clocks actively communicate with the computer system when a person clocks, books them ‘on’ to a job or uses their card to open a door. Real time communications provides you with the information as it occurs. Employees can clock ‘in’ or ‘out’ for time & attendance and ‘on’ or ‘off’ production jobs.