Time and attendance monitoring just got a whole lot smarter with the launch of location-based clock-in.
Organisations can now set a virtual ‘fence’ around a duty station of anywhere between one metre and ten thousand metres. Put simply, this means that staff can only clock-in to a shift when they are within these parameters.
This new feature is set to revolutionise the way that health and care teams monitor time and attendance, ensuring that staff are paid correctly for time worked and that payroll is fed with accurate data – reducing the margin for error.
More great stuff is in the mix
This is just the beginning of a number of modernisations that are being made to RotaMaster in 2023.
Exciting things coming soon include:
If you’d like to find out more about location-based clock-in, or how RotaMaster is helping healthcare teams manage their staff – book a demo today.Book a demo
LEEDS, UK – RotaMaster, a leading provider of rostering solutions for Primary Health providers, is proud to announce that marketing aficionado Sam Avery is joining RotaMaster as their new Marketing Manager.
In January we spoke about how best to maximise recruitment and retention in 2023. We offered hints and tips which would help you to improve these processes and best mitigate the challenges that come with a sector-wide skills gap.
Six months later, we’re back with a word from our partners, Remedium. Remedium are a specialist recruitment agency that specialise in placing permanent staff into the NHS from overseas.
Buddy punching is when an employee asks a colleague to clock-in or out of a shift for them. It’s the single biggest contributor to time-theft in the workplace and can end up costing an organisation a lot of money over the course of a year.
In this post, we’ll look at the causes of buddy punching and offer a simple solution to eradicating it in your workplace.