Clocking software identifies jobs which go over budget
Staff will be asked if they want voluntary severance at Dumfries and Galloway Council, which has agreed a redundancy scheme. The council has introduced this scheme in attempting to reach a savings target of £50 million over the next three years. Council leader Ivor Hyslop said that "tough times" required "tough choices". He added: "Our council cares for people from birth to death and provides critical services that mean our children are better educated and fewer people suffer poverty and deprivation."
Your organisation’s staff and payroll will be served better by using a Tensor time and attendance clocking recording system to increase productivity and eliminate wasteful practices. There are two type of clocking stations, the new smaller T32xx or the proven T25XX range which is ideal for factories or offices. With the software you have an at-a-glance summary of time and attendance details, showing individuals or groups of employees. An Exception view quickly identifies areas where the normal working pattern has not been followed, while you can quickly identify any jobs which go over budget.