5 Sure-Fire Ways to a Failed Time and Attendance Implementation
5 Sure-fire ways to fail
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Employee time clock systems have the potential to save significant time and effort. They can quickly and more accurately calculate employee attendance hours, eliminate employee time theft and provide a more convenient method of archiving records.
While we all want things to be easy so a stick your head in the sand approach is a good way to ensure that you will be totally unprepared for implementing a time clock system.
Give the job to your external bookkeeper, who is only at your office one day a week.
5.Under-manage the project.It was your job to buy the new time and attendance system so it's now time to bail out and let someone else set it all up.
Simple systems install themselves, and your staff have nothing better to do than get it all running, so don't bother checking in with them and setting time frames.
Of course, if you wanted to make sure that your new time and attendance system was properly implemented in a timely fashion, then you would do the opposite of these things.
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