Contactless Clocking - safety and reliability
Choose from RFID, Proximity fob, Web & Mobile
Contactless clocking options
Is contactless clocking something that your business needs due to regulations or logistics? Or is it something you've thought about more lately?
Reasons for contactless clocking could be work in a manufacturing setting that adheres to higher hygiene standards, a construction site that demands H&S protection such as gloves, or, due to COVID-19 you're more aware than ever of the potential for germs to spread.
We offer three options for safer clocking - one purely contactless, and the other personal clocking (meaning that only the employee clocking will use that device).
RFID swipe card & proximity fob
An RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) system's main benefit is that it's contactless with no-touch. This is perfect if your business needs to minimise the spread of human contact due to regulations or hygiene.
All employees have to do is hold their RFID card or fob (each user has a unique one assigned to them) by the clocking terminal, and they'll be clocked in or out.
Terminals alert employees if their clock in has been successful or not to avoid confusion.
RFID units are:
- Easy to set up - for new employees, contractors and visitors
- Quick - takes just a few seconds to clock
- Easy to use - no need to remember PINS and RFID cards/fobs are small and storable.
All terminals supplied are ready to go out of the box, as part of your WFM system.
Web Clocking/Mobile clocking
You can enable your employees to clock on/off from their PC, smartphone or tablet whether at home or working away, 24/7. This method of personal clocking ensures that only the employee clocking their time uses the clocking device, and therefore avoids cross-contamination.
With web or mobile clocking, you can also capture your employees clocking location using GPS technology so that you can verify employees are where they're supposed to be.
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