Reduce Cost and Human Errors
A client has 35 employees, and they use a time clock to track hours. On payroll day, the manager pulls the report and prints the document from the time clock system, ensures it is correct/makes adjustments on paper, then enters the hours in the payroll system to process it.
One might think that’s a standard process and miss the inefficiency or high cost associated with it, but here are some concerns:
Issue 1: Time taken by the manager to pull data manually from one system, manually review and post it to the payroll system
Issue 2: Human errors that occur when entering hours manually in the system
Issue 3: If the manager is paid an hourly rate, the number of hours spent on this process is at least 2-3 hours every week or two weeks (depending on pay frequency).
How do we help? With our easy timekeeping system that integrates with payroll.
- The manager reviews employee hours with a click of a button and reduces the hours spent to retrieve and review payroll data.
- He/she edits hours within the system if needed, reducing manual data entry errors.
- The time taken to process payroll from end-to-end by the manager is not more than 20-30 minutes, saving 2 to 2.5 hours, for the manager to complete other essential tasks. We just reduced payroll processing time by up to 83%.