Employee absenteeism comes in many forms, and every employee has their own reason for staying away from work: some absences may be caused by an underlying health issue; others could be a sign that staff morale has taken a dive and needs addressing.
Absenteeism is bad for business. The unplanned loss of staff, often for long periods, can have negative knock-on results for the bottom line and operational efficiency of your business:
Every business has them: employees who always seem to be off with something – cold, migraine, sick relative, burst pipe.
These short, frequent, unplanned absences are more disruptive for managers and colleagues than longer-term, less frequent absences. Left unchecked they can be harmful for your business operations and bottom line.
Are your staff time thieves? No? What about the worker who keeps the clock running while they’re on the phone to their partner? Or spends hours at their desk posting pictures on Facebook and checking their Insta feed?
Yin and Yang, Fish and Chips, Ant and Dec – sometimes two things belong together. RotaOne and Paxton are no exception.
Our own innovative time and attendance software and Paxton’s access control system, Net2, each work brilliantly as standalone solutions. But together they’re like Rock ‘n’ Roll.
The concept of the NHS test and trace has been around for some time. Similarly named, the track and trace system refers to the process of determining current and past locations of items, property and, more recently, people. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, track and trace has taken on a whole new premis. When the UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, announced the easing of restrictions relating to COVID-19, allowing businesses to start re-opening, he asked that they help the government in their efforts to track and trace infected individuals.
Managing a care home can be a challenge. Care homes provide around the clock accommodation and personal care for people who need extra help and support in their daily lives. This in itself is no mean feat, with the absolute necessity of focus on every individual and their needs, safeguarding, care plans, reviews and incidents. Managing staff hours is an extra burden that should therefore be made as straightforward as possible so that focus can remain where it is most required: on the residents.
In any business, managing when and how your staff work is an important consideration. Depending on your industry, shift work and managing shift patterns can be a very complex task. This depends on the type of work that needs doing, as well as where and who needs to oversee the employee activity. Managing resources means understanding what needs to be done and then allocating who needs to do it and where and when it the activity takes place.
Time and Attendance has been around for over a century. One of the earliest examples of a time clock was patented by Willard Le Grand Bundy, in 1890. Known as The Bundy Clock, it went into mass production in the late 19th century and was used by many organisations around the world to calculate the working hours of employees. Thankfully, the process of stamping an employee card has moved on somewhat. Demand from businesses looking to leverage the benefits and cost savings associated with time and attendance solutions, has given rise to a rapidly expanding industry. The time and attendance market is now estimated to be worth over $1.7 billion. Suppliers of time and attendance solutions are always looking for new and innovative ways to differentiate themselves from their competition. So, what are some of the ‘must-haves’ of a time and attendance solution?
Controlling costs in any business is one of the most critical elements of sound financial management. Staffing costs are usually one of the biggest categories of spend for most businesses. This is why it is important to make staff planning and wage calculations as efficient and accurate as possible. Many organisations around the world have chosen to invest in time and attendance systems in order to achieve efficiencies and savings. This article discusses some of the ways a time and attendance system can help businesses save money.
This article covers the benefits and other considerations of time and attendance integration. Whether you are considering an integration with access control, payroll or any other application, this article is designed to help you understand the potential advantages.
Staff are the most important and often the most expensive resource for most businesses. It is important to manage your workforce effectively to get the most out of your investment. Effective planning and ensuring your employees are doing the right job at the right time will maximise productivity. Businesses around the world have been recording time and attendance of their staff for decades. Gone are the days when individual cards need to be punched by a machine and a team of administrators had to pay cash to people based on their hours worked.
In this digital age, sophisticated time and attendance solutions can manage everything from your advanced rota planning and job planning, ensuring you have all of your required resources in place, right through to automatically and accurately calculating an individual’s pay. This article looks at 10 key benefits of time and attendance.
Back in May 2019, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled to make recording of employees’ working time mandatory. The ruling creates a system that enforces workers’ rights, specifically under the charter of fundamental rights and the EU's working time directive, the latter of which outlines maximum working hours as well as minimum daily and weekly rest periods for employees.
Paxton Access Control is one of the world’s leading access control platforms. Our seamless Paxton integration combines the benefits of two powerful software solutions.
Staff rota software provides users with a planning tool to manage employee shifts and department rotas. Planning rosters in advance provides both management and employees with more accurate forecasts on attendance and associated rota costs.
As a manager, remaining informed about the changes in legislation that affect your members of staff is tough, to say the least. Managing your full-time paid members of staff can be challenging at the best of times, so keeping on top of amendments to regulations regarding employees on other kinds of contracts is, most certainly, a taxing task.