Clocking on and off at work isn't like it used to be. Affordable biometric technology means you can't get someone to buddy punch for you, and you're area access is automatically restricted. What's more - the boss can see where you are, from anywhere on the web, at anytime!
Sydney, NSW (PRWEB) July 24, 2009 -- Technology is putting an end to the cat and mouse game of sneaking in late to work - the mouse is caught at the door, in the back room, or on pay day! We rounded up a group of intuitive employees and discussed some favorite ways of sneaking time from the boss. Time clocks consultant David Azzopardi from the Bundy Specialists demonstrated how modern time and attendance terminals pretty much ruled out everyone's favorite game - free advice every employer needs to hear.
1. Buddy Punching Eliminated
Slept in? Stuck in traffic? Clocking on with a mechanical time clock where you grab your clock card from the rack and punch or time stamp it made it pretty easy to satisfy payroll - all you needed was a "buddy" to punch your card for you.
The consultant: "This exploit still exists even if you use a modern proximity tag or swipe card system, however since no employees can give their finger to a buddy to clock on for them, fingerprint time clocks mean no more buddy punching. And contrary to popular belief, fingerprint recognition systems are not easily fooled. For example, Fingertec time clocks offer radio frequency scanners which don't look at the fingerprint image, but measure electricity. They simply won't accept anything but the original finger."
2. Area Access Controlled
OK so you clock on, but instead of going to your work station you hang out wit
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