New York, NY (PRWEB) September 19, 2013
Is your company losing money each week due to time clock fraud? Whether employees clock in and out of work using a paper time card or swiping a bar code badge, until now there has been no way to eliminate costly time card fraud, short of standing guard at the time clock and watching each employee clock in and out.
MinuteHound now offers a solution to this problem, and more. No more employees clocking their friends in and out, when one is running late for work, or leaving their shift early. No more tediously adding up time clock stamps and mounds of payroll paperwork, saving accounting labor every pay period. Using a biometric punching machine for attendance offers many benefits. This new software recently released from MinuteHound greatly assists those who work for a government organization.
County office buildings and facilities will benefit greatly from this technology. Many times county workers have to leave the facility to research a case, transfer prisoners, assist representatives, assist private citizens, and various other duties. Nothing is noted on a time clock card regarding these duties. With MinuteHound's technology, county and state employees can clock-in and clock-out from any location available. This way, all time is accounted for without the worry of having to be at the same location for every time punch.
The county employer has this information at their immediate disposal, if needed for lawsuits or any other reason. A print out can be made of any time related records stored in the payroll system.
MinuteHound offers secure technology, allowing employees to clock in simply using their finger. No employee's privacy is ever compromised, as the fingerprint is never stored, making it unable to be traced back. Fingerprints are converted into an encrypted 128-bit number that is then fragmented into 4 secure servers on different continents across the globe. Employers can view the employee's worked hours at any time, in real time, 24/7, on a computer or an internet-enabled mobile device.
MinuteHound's biometric fingerprint scanner is connected to a computer with an internet connection to become the clock in terminal, but does not require a dedicated computer. The time clock can be located up to 54 feet away from the computer, if connected with USB connection cables.
The system provides an irrefutable record of attendance, and begins to pay for itself from day one. The system provides an extra layer of security for employers, because there is no way to alter or change the clock in times. Management can opt to receive text alerts for schedule exceptions, and adjust staffing as the need arises.
There are no costly set-up fees with the MinuteHound biometric time clock. It is a plug and play system.
There is a one time fee for the purchase of the USB fingerprint scanner and a small monthly fee. Service and support is always available at no extra charge, and the system comes with a risk-free money back guarantee. There are no long-term obligations, no cancellation fees and no hidden fees. The total cost of the system averages out to pennies per day per employee.
Holiday and sick pay can be manually added by using the "Add/Edit" button in the time sheet of the employee through the MinuteHound Web Portal control panel.
Each employee will be registered with the system. It only takes 1 to 2 minutes to register and it is recommended that males register with their index finger and females register with their thumb. To assure registration has been successfully completed, employees will use the "test" button at the end of registration, verifying that registration has been successful.
MinuteHound biometric technology currently services over 150,000 active daily users worldwide. Getting started is as simple as installing the MinuteHound time clock software, plug in your scanner and enroll your employees.
If an employee forgets to clock in or out, management can perform a manual correction of entry or exit by accessing the "report" link in the MinuteHound Web Portal. It is the perfect system for county officials and facilities.
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