Top Employee Timekeeping Tips
Insight into how your employees spend time is critical. That's why employee timekeeping software tools make so much sense.
Knowing how much time your employees spend on overhead tasks, project, training, and unpaid leave is invaluable data for your business's future.
Employee timekeeping is not just for hourly employees
Nonexempt employees need to track hours for FLSA compliance but having salaried employees keep a timesheet is helpful too. Exception-based time tracking helps employers track attendance and improve the overall management of daily resources
Internal policies & approval workflows are the keys to a successful employee timekeeping software implementation.
Software tools are a dime-a-dozen, but it's how you use the software that defines your success. It's important to document your timekeeping policies and required approval workflows before you invest in a time & attendance tool.
Don't be afraid of internet-based employee timekeeping software tools.
A detailed timesheet audit trail will flag when a user inputs timesheet data into your system from anywhere but the office. The activity log shows the IP address as well as each entry into the user's timesheet with a non-editable time and date stamp.
Microsoft Excel is for spreadsheet data, not for employee timekeeping
Yes, you can keep your employees timesheet data in Excel but is that really efficient? Don't be afraid to use the tools available to your organization to make you more productive. Rely on the experts...not Excel.
BOTTOM LINE... it's just smart business.
Features such as daily timesheet reminders, employee leave management and time card approval processes make Hour Timesheet the perfect choice for your organizations's timekeeping software needs.