Time and Attendance for Manufacturing
Whether your operation is large or small, TimeClock Plus can equip your organization with complete and scalable solutions needed to effectively manage your labor costs, increase productivity, and mitigate labor regulation non-compliance risk.
Time Collection Devices
In addition to the intuitive WebClock, TimeClock Plus offers a robust variety of time collection hardware to fit the needs of your operation. Our industrial grade clocks are built to withstand the busy nature of a manufacturing environment. From simple pin entry clocks to secure hand scanners, ensure your employees can quickly perform clocking operations.
Employees can perform clocking operations as well as self-service functions such as viewing messages, tracking accruals, requesting for time off, and changing job codes for job cost reporting. The information collected in the clocks is instantly available for viewing by both employees and management.
Legal Compliance for Manufacturing
From the Affordable Care Act to the Family Medical Leave Act TimeClock Plus empowers you to stay ahead of labor law requirements.
Affordable Care Act
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is health care reform that affects employers who employ 50 or more full-time employees throughout the calendar year.
Fair Labor Standards Act
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and youth employment standards affecting employees in both the private and public sector.
Family and Medical Leave Act
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a complex topic, leaving most organizations scratching their heads on how to administer continuous and intermittent leave.
Schedule a TimeClock Plus Consultation
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As an employee, I like that I have the ability to manage my own time and keep track of my hours day over day. And see adjustments as necessary.
Porter Hedges, LLP