Time & Labor Management

Time & Labor Management

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Simplify Labor Allocation

Time and labor management with easy scheduling, accurate accruals, and improved company productivity.

Time and labor management is a critical aspect of any business, especially if your employees are paid hourly. Failure to manage this efficiently can end up affecting payroll processes. You can rest assured that time and labor management will be made much easier with our custom solutions at Tesseon.

Fully Integrated with Payroll

If your employees are on an hourly wage structure, it is highly important to keep track of when they clock in and out, even if it’s just for a break. When you integrate this process with payroll, you can be sure that any errors will be minimized, reflecting the most accurate number of hours each employee has worked. Instead of keying in this time manually, which can be prone to human errors, you can save a lot of time and hassle during the payroll period.

Web-based, Virtual, and Physical Time Clocks

No matter how your company decides to do it, having a time clock that allows your employees to check in and out conveniently is a must. If the nature of your industry means that your employees have to be in a physical location in order to start work, a physical time clock may be most suitable. With remote and office jobs, a web-based or virtual time clock will do the job.

The use of a time clock will help to improve employee accountability, and you may wish to consider features such as overtime tracking. It is important for any system you choose to be intuitive and user-friendly so that your employees will know how to use it without error.

Automatically Award Shift Differentials and Comp Time

Not all your employees may be on the same hourly rate. This can depend on the amount of experience they have as well as the specific hours they are working. For instance, a worker on the night shift may be paid more per hour than a worker on the day shift. When you have a system that automatically awards shift differentials, you will not have to worry about making any errors when paying each individual employee.

If an employee has worked overtime on a day they were not required to or came in to work to cover another worker, you may have decided to grant them comp time. With an efficient time and labor management system, you can easily keep track of the comp time that is due to each employee and schedule it accordingly.

Multilevel Ability to View, Edit, and Approve Timecards

One way of ensuring that time cards are as accurate as possible is by giving different users an appropriate level of access to each time card. Each employee should be able to view the data on their own timecards and bring up any discrepancies to HR. However, you may wish to restrict their ability to edit this information. On the other hand, HR and payroll personnel should be able to view and edit each time card they are responsible for processing.

Web-based, Virtual, and Physical Time Clocks

No matter how your company decides to do it, having a time clock that allows your employees to check in and out conveniently is a must. If the nature of your industry means that your employees have to be in a physical location in order to start work, a physical time clock may be most suitable. With remote and office jobs, a web-based or virtual time clock will do the job.

The use of a time clock will help to improve employee accountability, and you may wish to consider features such as overtime tracking. It is important for any system you choose to be intuitive and user-friendly so that your employees will know how to use it without error.

Automatically Award Shift Differentials and Comp Time

Not all your employees may be on the same hourly rate. This can depend on the amount of experience they have as well as the specific hours they are working. For instance, a worker on the night shift may be paid more per hour than a worker on the day shift. When you have a system that automatically awards shift differentials, you will not have to worry about making any errors when paying each individual employee.

If an employee has worked overtime on a day they were not required to or came in to work to cover another worker, you may have decided to grant them comp time. With an efficient time and labor management system, you can easily keep track of the comp time that is due to each employee and schedule it accordingly.

Multilevel Ability to View, Edit, and Approve Timecards

One way of ensuring that time cards are as accurate as possible is by giving different users an appropriate level of access to each time card. Each employee should be able to view the data on their own timecards and bring up any discrepancies to HR. However, you may wish to restrict their ability to edit this information. On the other hand, HR and payroll personnel should be able to view and edit each time card they are responsible for processing.