Employee clocking station boasts failsafe storage for power communications loss
Leading politicians were in Scotland to discuss youth unemployment in the UK. Young people particularly have borne the brunt of the economic downturn, with the latest jobless figures showing half of 16 to 24-year-olds are out of work. The National Convention on Youth Employment in Dundee was attended by Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith. Companies and organisations like John Lewis and Jobcentre Plus were invited to take part.
Tensor supplies fast, accurate and easy-to-use products to record employees’ hours of working at organisations employing just a few people, right up to large multinational businesses. The large colour display on Tensor's T32xx Time & Security Station makes it simple for employees to confirm their clockings. The clocking station, which measures 240x170x55mm, has an illuminated keypad for ease of text input. It features digital outputs to control door locks, fire alarms, wall clocks, etc; plus digital inputs for door monitoring and alarms. Battery backup and local fail-safe storage for power communications loss is another feature.