Time & Attendance
Create rules and choose how staff accrue points - be it for arriving late, leaving early, or never showing up - and increase accountability across the board to prevent understaffed shifts.
Workforce.com captures accurate time punches in real-time and automatically assigns points for absenteeism. Precision like this eliminates admin work and prevents time tracking errors, keeping your staff confident and punctual.
Receive email alerts and take disciplinary action whenever employees reach certain point thresholds. Review active and expired point history per employee, or, check out point totals for all employees in a single report.
Choose how many points are received for each type of infraction, delete points, set expiration dates, and tailor early/ late timeframes. You can even manually assign points for unique situations like uniform and safety violations.
You’re on a mission for better attendance - and guess what? We love all things attendance here at Workforce.com. Check out some of the latest insights on attendance policies for hourly workers:
Not really; the process would be entirely manual, defeating the purpose of even using software in the first place. Workforce.com's point system requires employee time clock data in order to automatically recorgnize when someone is late, early, or a no-show. So, to make the most of the points tool, you'll need to use Workforce.com's full time and attendance system, to track employee hours and time punches.
An attendance point system is an attendance policy that penalizes hourly staff with points every time they arrive late to a shift, leave a shift early, or do not show up for a shift at all. Accruing a set number of points results in disciplinary action, and with enough points, termination.
While points-based attendance is typically used by larger organisations with 200+ staff, small businesses can certainly utilise it if they feel it will increase accountability and reduce absenteeism.
Automated point systems primarily help you reduce absenteeism by improving accountability, transparency, and fairness. Why is this important? Because persistent no-shows and call-outs can put your business in understaffed situations, harming both productivity and customer satisfaction. Perfect attendance means proper staffing, higher revenue, and fewer wasted costs on unreliable labour.
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