Electronic time clock machines are manufactured in many designs by companies in China and sold under various brand names in places around the world, with accompanying software to extract the data from a single time clock machine, or several machines, and process the data into reports. In most cases local suppliers offer technical support and in some cases installation services.
In the modern day and age, clocks are everywhere, from your phone to your computer or even on your wrist as a fashion item. A modern clock can be used for more than just telling time, a wall clock makes for a great design piece for your home. There are contrasting types of clocks ranging from analog to oversized, and they come in an assortment of shapes and material as well. Clocks are interesting wall decorations because they are constantly looked at to figure out the time, which makes finding a wall clock that fits your style that much more important.
Employers can edit, monitor and calculate work hours to generate reports for payroll. If Internet access isn't available, you can directly plug the machine into a computer to access attendance data. The free software imports data in a cinch for different payroll services. In addition to being a standalone clock, the RTC 1000 can connect with multiple clocks over LAN, WAN, VPN and the Internet. At $400, it costs over twice as much as a simple punch-in system but could be worth your money with its versatility.
Install an electronic time clock at the workplace to save time, as your employees can quickly stamp their time cards or scan their finger to clock in. Easily review time cards on a daily or weekly basis to determine if employees are working too much overtime. Many machines submit information directly to your accounting software, which cuts down on the number of employees required in the payroll department, in addition to saving on the time required to review data.