Time and attendance systems are used by companies of all sizes to record working hours of employees primarily in order to pay their wages. Some companies have a requirement to record the number of hours spent on specific tasks in order to cost jobs accurately.
A time and attendance management system enables an employer to have full control of all employees working hour’s right at an operators fingertips. It is also invaluable for ensuring compliance with labor regulations regarding proof of attendance.
Companies with large employee numbers might need to install several clocking points in order to speed up the process of getting all employees to clock in or out quickly or to record activity in dispersed locations.
A Time and Attendance Management System protects a company from payroll fraud and provides both employer and employees with confidence in the accuracy of their wage payments.
Physical Security and Access Control Systems have become necessary for most companies. Large or small, companies need to protect their facilities, data, and personnel. The following provides a cursory look at what is involved in a Physical Security and Access Control System, elements and architecture, with a description of its components.
1.Provide “Controlled Access” to the facility
2.Allow access only to authorized personnel
3.Implement a ‘Security Protocol & Policy’ to make employees, visitors, and the facility safe
4.Implement a security and access level hierarchy based on personnel function
5.Automate and enhance the identification process
6.Automate personnel tracking
7.Track outside contractors and vendors
8.Record and generate reports of access for each area