New York, NY (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
"Fast paced," "extended hours," "more efficient processing," and "overtime pay" are terms frequently heard in the workplace. Businesses are striving to keep up with the competition, produce the best product and/or service on the market, and complete these tasks in a manner which pleases their customers. One crucial component of a business's operations is the mechanism by which it tracks labor hours.
Regardless of size, all organizations have employees who make mistakes. Employees arrive late, and every now and then sneak out the door early. So why do companies need biometrics? Here are 5 reasons released by MinuteHound why employers are making the switch:
Saving the Company Money
While timekeeping devices are intended to record hours worked, flawed systems can result in overpayment. This happens when savvy employees are able to cheat the system. With traditional time clock devices workers can easily falsify their hours or have friends sign in for them. Through biometric technology, employees are required to clock-in and clock-out using their fingerprints, making it impossible for co-workers to clock each other in.
Making Information Private
Once employees hear they'll have to scan their fingerprints, a bit of discomfort may erupt in the workplace. Fortunately, MinuteHound is private, safe and secure, as the system automatically converts fingerprint scans into an unreadable code via 128-bit encryption. Biometric technology, combined with MinuteHound's patented unique process, has HR departments rapidly making the switch. No personal information is at risk, privacy is guaranteed, and data is encrypted.
Organizing Details Efficiently
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