Monitoring Time & Attendance is a major factor to running any business. Until recently, this was a manual system; employees would complete a time card by hand or with a punch machine. The information would then be recorded separately for payroll processing and benefits. However, due to the advancements in technology over the last decade a variety of methods are now available that tie in with business payroll systems seamlessly. At Dominion, our Time and Attendance software gives you an overview of how to track and calculate employee time. This is where you put together rounding rules and exceptions, run reports, build schedules, etc. If you’re looking for a Time & Attendance software that will simplify your timekeeping processes, check out these 4 key components to Dominion’s Time & Attendance software:
Not too long ago, the biggest factor between a candidate selecting your company over competitors’ was salary. Those days are over. Top candidates are much more likely to weigh a variety of factors before accepting a job offer. And one of the top considerations is the option for flexible work environments.
Working remotely has gained a lot of traction recently and the trend only appears to be increasing in popularity. But despite remote work’s popularity, some employers remain hesitant about their employees working outside the office. The reality is remote work bears out a number of advantages for employers. Let’s examine how remote work adds value to your company.
Employee time theft is a reality of any business. This can take the form of anything from falsifying hours, handling personal business while on the clock, or partake in “buddy punching,” which is when an employee clocks in or out for a friend who is not on site yet. With nearly half of the hourly workforce admitting to this, employers need to know how to combat it. The first step of doing this is being aware of what the most common methods of committing time theft are.
For organizations large and small, being able to accurately analyze, track, and estimate job costs is a vital software feature. An employer’s ability to accurately predict job costing directly affects future budget planning, how teams will be built, and the planning of future projects. But despite the best spreadsheets, job costing is a challenging task. That’s why it pays to use a time and attendance software well suited for job costing.
Whether you’re currently using Dominion’s Time & Attendance feature, you’re shopping around for one, or you’re looking into Time & Attendance software in general, there are a lot of aspects to the software that you may not be aware of. Because of this, you probably have a lot of questions. While the best way to learn about new software or features is to watch a live demo (you can do that here!), I also wanted to take the time to compile some of the most frequently asked questions we get. While some of these are specific to our software specifically, it should still give you a pretty good idea about what a quality Time & Attendance software can do.
Successfully managing your time at work can make the difference between completing multiple projects instead of being bogged down in emails and office gossip. But effective time management is hard to develop due to office distractions like an overflowing email inbox, coffee refills, coworker interruptions, and workday minutia. And while some of these distractions will be ever-present, there are a few techniques you can implement to hone your time management and be more productive in the office.