Various data collection devices are available from PBIPayroll to fit your unique work environment, and they reduce the time and costs of data collection. Review the following technologies to choose the right time clock option for your organization.
The online timesheets, including manager self-service for supervisors and employee self-service and kiosk for employees, provide up-to-the-minute information. This data collection mechanism works directly through a web browser.
Barcode Swipe Time Clocks
Barcode swipe time clocks use identification cards with barcodes to identify employees as they punch, transfer, or perform other transactions at the time clock.
PIN Entry Time Clocks
PIN entry time clocks use a short personal identification number to identify an employee.
Biometric Hand Reader
Biometric hand readers like the RSI Hand Punch use the shape of an employee’s hand to record his or her time and attendance information.
Magnetic Stripe Readers
Magnetic stripe, or magstripe, readers use badges with a magnetic stripe to identify employees.
Proximity time clocks require employees use proximity badges to record their presence.
Biometric Finger Reader Time Clocks
Biometric finger reader time clocks use the employee’s unique finger geometry to identify an employee.
Telephone-Based Time Clocks
Employees are able to punch using any touch-tone telephone, facilitating telecommuting and supporting off-site workers
Time Tracking App for Employees on the Go
Different types of employees have different time tracking needs. ESS Mobile is a single app that presents different options to different employees based on employee permissions. ESS Mobile accesses configuration information in Attendance on Demand to present a smart, easy-to-use app tailored to each employee.