School to deploy biometric time and attendance system for increased productivity
Schools and educational institutions can boost their productivity and better manage staff by implementing a comprehensive biometric time and attendance system.
This is precisely the decision taken by the City School District of New Rochelle in New York, the United States, who will implement a biometric time and attendance system that will be used to track hours for every employee and integrate that data into the payroll module of the district’s Finance Manager software.
The first step of the project is to register the employees in the system, using their background information and a finger-print. The second step is to pay workers solely for the hours tracked by the system.
The School District expects the new biometric time and attendance system to reduce administrative and personnel costs, collect accurate and reliable employee time and attendance, prevent payments for unauthorized jobs, realize greater personnel accountability, eliminate “buddy punching”, increase control with real-time reporting capabilities, reduce payroll errors while increasing productivity and monitor employees.
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