Greater accuracy and efficiency at work with electronic clocking in procedure
Members of teaching union EIS are trying to come up with an alternative solution to proposed cuts at college. There could be 37 posts under threat but staff said they are developing a rival proposal to save jobs at Dumfries and Galloway College. Steve James, secretary of the local branch of the EIS, said: "We're looking at imaginative ways of cutting, of altering our positions here, and that will affect our own members in the branch.”
Tensor’s electronic time and attendance products can help businesses achieve greater efficiency when they are under pressure to cut costs. If your firm is finding it difficult to manage your employees’ time and remove payroll errors and mistakes you should be making it as easy as possible for your employees to clock in and out for work. Employees are either provided with a smart card or may use a fingerprint scanner when they check in and out. There is less time spent transferring data from a time sheet or time cards, and greater accuracy ensues.