Clocking in machines are used by businesses to track employees hours worked in preparation for payroll. They provide employers with a physical record of when an employee started and finished work.
This means workers are only paid for hours they genuinely worked and businesses can have better control of labour cost. The conventional and the traditional method to clock on and clock off by employees is to use a paper card clocking in machine to stamp the start and the end of a shift.
Today’s clocking in machines are a lot more sophisticated and advanced. Clocking in machines range from fob systems to biometric systems. Remote workers are accommodating by providing different type of timekeeping for example via portable battery clocking in machine, desktop or a mobile app.