Setting Up Tracking for Hourly Pay

Businesses have a lot to keep track of on a daily basis. One of the most important things that they will need to keep track of is the hours that each employee works. Businesses that have hourly workers will want a system that can be accurate, reliable and will prevent employees from trying to cheat the system. There are a number of time tracking systems available. The key is to finding the best one that fits your company’s needs.

Time Card Systems

When it comes to clocking in and clocking out during the work week, there are two main types of systems. The most common type is a time card system. This is typically a physical time clock located in on area of your workplace. Each employee will be responsible to clock in and clock out at the appropriate time each day. This can be done in a number of ways. Older systems will use punch cards that can be stored next to the time clock. Other more common systems use key cards that the worker keeps with them. These key cards can also serve a number of functions, such as allowing entrance into the building.

Time card systems that are more advanced can have a biometric system. This is the most secure type of system because it works with each individual employee’s fingerprint. This system cannot be cheated by clocking in someone else, which can benefit a business that has had trouble with that issue.

Online Systems

One of the most convenient time clock systems is through online software. Like any other website, this time clock system allows employees to use a username and password to clock in and out each day. Most of these systems can be accessed from any computer, so they can clock in right from their work desk, or the system can be used for businesses that allow employees to work from home.

If you are ready to transform the way that your business tracks the hours for your workers, you can find the system you need and order today. Once you have installed the system, you will be able to accurately record and track your hourly workers with ease.

Unfinished Job

Moving is a hassle, I tell you. From packing things up to unloading them to the new place, it is really a ton of a job. Now I know why my husband hates moving.

We are back to our house more than a month now but we haven’t finished unpacking our boxes yet. Some are still in the garage waiting to be opened. The kitchen equipment and utensils were the priority so we got them organized first. Next was the bedding sets (the furniture was already arranged ahead from the time my husband emptied the storage). Some of the office equipment and supplies are the ones left behind. But the computers, table, and chairs have been set up because we needed to have Internet as soon as possible. And for entertainment, the tv satellite service was contacted ahead of time so we have had a connection fast.

There are still loose things here and there. Bags full of cleaning supplies. I couldn’t even think of a place to put the rest of the office supplies. Plus the little nick knacks like board pins, mailing envelopes, business cards, and others are still waiting to be organized. I need to buy a business card holder and a table organizer soon. Whew! To me, moving is a mess.

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Laptop From eBay

After days of waiting, my purchased laptop has arrived. I bought a slightly used Dell laptop from eBay. It doesn’t matter. What matters to me is there’s Windows XP Pro installed and complete MS Office with Wi-Fi available.

The purpose is to use the laptop while I am on a travel. My husband gave me his ‘okay’ when I told him the reason.

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