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Knowing what your employees do, where they do it and when they do it is essential in order to control costs and maximize the use of your resources. Today's time and attendance software systems take into account that time is money, and track much more than just punches in and punches out. You can track and analyze the data between the punches and use this valuable information to reduce employee turnover, improve business productivity and help transform business processes.
Why is this important?
According to research conducted by the American Payroll Association, the average employee steals about 4 hours every week. They also found that businesses that implemented a time and attedance system reported up to a 4% annual savings on gross payroll. Time theft is a real thing and for some reason, some employees believe that time theft isn't on the same level of wrongdoing as material theft.
The Business.com Guide to Time and Attendance Systems will help you determine what time and attendance management features and options are available and which one is the best is for your business.
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- A comprehensive overview of Time and Attendance Systems
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