Still using a time card calculator to add up your employees’ hours?
We know you spend a significant amount of time every week tracking your employees’ time and attendance.
From managing their various shifts and schedules, to keeping accurate records of their attendance and availability – it’s a lot to keep track of.
…and it’s important information to track.
Accurate records in regards to time and attendance has a drastic impact on both, your organization’s bottom line and employee retention.
It not only leads to aligned budgets, but also leads to accurate paychecks, which ultimately keeps your employees happy.
In fact, inaccurate paychecks is a common reason why hourly employees leave their jobs.
You can’t risk losing an employee.
It’s for this reason that employers have leaned into “time card calculators” as a means to add up an employee’s hours worked that week for payroll purposes.
But we have news…
Time Card Calculators are a Thing of the Past
If you are still using a time card calculator to add up each employee’s hours worked, you’re not the only one.
In fact, Google tells us that 135,000 people search “time card calculator” every month.
For payroll purposes, this makes a lot of sense.
Employers are seeking a digital solution to track the number of hours each employee works, in order to ensure their employee’s paycheck is correct.
But, with all the tools and technology we have at our fingertips – there has to be a way to eliminate this step in the payroll process.
It starts with automation.
How to Automate Employees’ Time and Attendance
What if we could eliminate the friction of manually adding up employees’ hours?
How much time would that save you?
Let’s say your employee, Bob, worked the following schedule this week:
Monday: 11:07 am – 3:24 pm
Tuesday: 9:00 am – 2:30 pm
Wednesday: 6:04 pm – 9:37 pm
Thursday: 6:00 pm – 10:27 pm
Friday: 7:45 am – 2:27 pm
While a time card is effective, it’s manual and requires more time.
If Bob had the tool available to him, he could clock-in and clock-out using a digital program – and the hours would automatically calculate for you.
So, at the end of the week – instead of entering in his exact schedule (as displayed above) – you could log-in to the software and pull his total hours worked.
The hours are automatically calculated for you, with no manual entry required.
Let’s Get Started with Automating Time & Attendance
Our solution: honeybeeBase
With years of experience operating restaurants and a web development company, our team started to realize how time-consuming it was to manually track and manage employee schedules.
After researching different programs to help avoid the time-consuming, manual labor – we struggled to find an all-in-one solution.
So, we decided to build our own.
Over 10 years ago, we built and developed honeybeeBase.
Today, companies across the nation are using honeybeeBase for their all-in-one online employee management solution.
It automates the heavy lifting, so you don’t have to.
How Much Does Time & Attendance Software Cost?
Before we dive into cost, first let’s look at how much it’s costing you to manually manage employees time and attendance.
What opportunities have you missed in business growth because your time is spent in daily administrative tasks?
How many hours have you spent in spreadsheets creating employee schedules, editing time sheets, manually calculating payroll hours, and tracking PTO?
Have you lost employees due to inaccurate paychecks?
Not having a technology platform to streamline and simplify employee management could be costing you a great deal.
With that said, we want you to take this program on a test drive – for FREE.
In addition, it also enables you to:
- create employee schedules
- track PTO and availability
- communicate internally among departments and teams
- integrate with your payroll software
So, schedule a LIVE demo with us.
And in the meantime, sign up for your account and start for FREE today.
Here’s to reducing the frustration and friction when it comes to manually calculating your employees’ hours, and freeing you up to focus on the things that matter to growing your business.