Time & Attendance Solutions from Bodet UK
Time & Attendance
Job costing is an accounting technique used to determine the exact costs incurred in specific operations. It monitors and records the actual materials and labour expenses for individual jobs and assigns overhead to jobs at a pre-determined rate.
So how can we carry out this activity efficiently, and what modern tools are available to simplify the process?
Employee leave and absence management in companies, including paid leave and time off lieu has become more complex over the past decades. On the employer side, what safeguards must be put in place to maintain the company's productivity? And at the same time, in a context of intense recruitment and retention of talent, how can we offer employees some flexibility in their choice of leave?
In a professional world where agility is recognised as a strategic challenge, managing time and activities is now about more than simply collecting information on the presence of employees in the company. In fact, time and attendance management – T&A – impacts several priority topics for any HRD, including resource planning, the quality of the employee experience and, more broadly, the quality of life at work; areas that have a direct impact on the company’s performance.
Time and attendance systems are excellent for employers. Still, they can also prove invaluable for schools, especially when it comes to managing security issues, such as a fire emergency.
Bodet's Time Attendance System can help schools, colleges and universities in many ways. The most obvious advantage is the amount of time and money saved by eliminating very time-consuming manual procedures involved in school attendance, unauthorised absence and safeguarding at-risk children.
Biometric access control systems are ideal for small and medium-sized businesses that want to improve security and onsite safety. These systems can use biological measurements to identify a person and authenticate their identity to allow access to a building or area on your premises.
Physical security is a significant concern for many UK businesses across all industrial sectors. It really doesn't matter how large or small your company is; it is up to you as the owner to take all the necessary security precautions you need to ensure the safety of you and your staff onsite, especially if your company handles a lot of sensitive information and holds valuable business assets such as tools, machinery and IT equipment onsite.