Advanced Workshop Clocking & Efficiency
|Job Clocking – How It Works
Employees use the TP-500 proximity workshop clocking terminal to register attendance time simply by passing their personal proximity badge in front of the RFID clock. They will receive an audible and visual message to confirm the clocking.
When clocked in, productive employees use a job number to clock onto a job via
the clock key pad or by using a bar code scanner (optional). They move from one
job to another by clocking onto their next job or onto a non-productive activity such
as idle time, driving, tea breaks etc.
It is also possible to clock onto cost centres or sale codes to further analyse the
time spent on each job.
Job clockings made by employees can be viewed immediately or retrospectively
depending on the TimePro system selected.
TP-500 Workshop Clocking Terminal
Attendance and job time clockings are stored in the TP-500 clocking terminal until they are down-loaded to the TimePro software where all attended hours and job clockings are calculated. A selection of reports are available for job costing and to track and manage employee’s workshop efficiency, productivity and attendance payroll data.
All employee attendance & job clocking data will be securely stored indefinitely on
your server for future reference.
The C-630 portable clocking hand held unit is ideal for employees who work away from your main site. The C-630 can be used to clock onto jobs by using a job or works order number as well as recording the employee’s attendance time.
C-630 Portable Job Clocking – How It Works
Employees use the C-630 portable unit to register attendance and job times by keying in a job reference number or using the built in bar code scanner. They will receive an audible and visual message to confirm the clocking.
It is also possible to clock onto cost centres or sale codes to further analyse the time spent on each job.
All attendance and job clockings made by employees are stored in the C-630 until the unit is returned to a base station connected to a PC where the data is down-loaded into our job time management software.
TimePro Workshop Clocking Software