Keyword Results: display-groups

  1. Location Tracking Using Activities

    Companies with multiple locations often have employees who move between locations throughout the day or week. Tracking employee hours and overtime by location can be challenging but essential when labor costing and other administrative tasks are...
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  2. How to Remove Break and Lunch Buttons

    Removing the Break or Lunch Button The break and lunch buttons in Virtual TimeClock Pro and Network edition can be easily removed or configured according to your business needs. Removing the Lunch or Break buttons...
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  3. Group Shift Assignments in Virtual TimeClock 16

    If you have multiple shifts and variable worker schedules, Virtual TimeClock 16 has an easy-to-use group based shifts feature that provides a powerful and flexible way to manage your time clock. Many businesses (especially in...
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  4. Setting Up Virtual TimeClock Managers

    Virtual TimeClock administrators are often unsure how to grant limited 'manager' rights for their timeclock. They want to enable a manager or supervisor to perform some duties normally performed by an administrator, while limiting access...
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  5. Feature Highlight: PIN Entry

    We regularly receive calls from customers requesting a fast and easy way for their employees to clock-in using a touch screen interface. For many, the best solution is to use Virtual TimeClock's PIN interface. It works...
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  6. Activities for One Employee

    Many people are already aware of Activities, the powerful feature within Virtual TimeClock that enables you to track hours worked at different tasks, job centers, store locations, departments, and more. Traditionally, activities are assigned to...
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  7. Configuring In/Out Board Columns

    Many businesses use the In/Out Board interface for their time clock. There are several good reasons for that choice. The In/Out Board is the default interface for the time clock and it provides a clear,...
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  8. Tracking Seasonal Employees

    This is the time of year when many retail stores and small businesses are looking for additional help around the holidays. Virtual TimeClock is a great tool for calculating time for seasonal and temporary employees....
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  9. Changing Time Clock Interfaces

    Your Virtual TimeClock has different screens available for the users to see and interact with when the program first starts. These screens are called interfaces. The Virtual TimeClock has five different interface options. The choice...
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  10. Feature Highlight: In/Out Board

    Tracking employee time and attendance is just a part of complete workforce management. Sometimes, time keeping, vacation tracking, and employee benefits are all maintained under different systems; sometimes they're all together. It's great if you...
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  11. Assigning User Permissions

    Time clock users can be assigned to one of three different access levels. Time clock administrators are at the top of the tier and have unlimited access to everything within the time clock. Program administrators...
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  12. Tracking Time Spent at Different Office Locations

    If you have multiple office locations and you'd like to keep track of how much time your employees spend at each of the locations, it's easy to do with activities. Maybe it's a satellite clinic...
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  13. Tracking Rooms & Equipment

    The time clock In/Out Board is a great tool for knowing exactly where your employees are and what they're working on. But it's also a great way to instantly know what conference rooms are available...
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  14. Hiding the In/Out Board

    There are times when the time clock in/out board may not be the desired method for your employees to clock in and out. For example, if you're using a group time clock, then you may...
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  15. Setting Up Manager Security

    Virtual TimeClock has a pretty sophisticated 3-tiered security system. At the top of the tier you have time clock administrators, who have unlimited access to everything in the time clock program. On the bottom tier,...
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  16. PIN Time Clock Entry

    Virtual TimeClock has an interface that allows employees to clock in and out by using a numerical PIN. They can enter their assigned PIN using one of the following methods: Use the built-in keypad on...
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  17. Tracking Labor Costs at Different Locations

    Do you use a time clock at different stores or office locations? Do you need to keep track of how much time employees spend at each of your locations? If the answer to either of...
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  18. In/Out Board Display Columns

    ‚ÄčIf you're using the In/Out Board interface with your time clock software, there's an additional configuration setting that allows you to set what list columns get displayed. The columns you can optionally remove are Entry...
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  19. Does Your Time Clock Admin Need to Punch In and Out?

    When you first create your time clock software company database, you're also required to create an administrative user account. This time clock administrator account is not automatically added to the time clock list for punching...
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  20. Individual Employee Time Clocks

    Over the last several time clock software releases, we've greatly simplified the way individual employee computer workstations get set up as personal time clocks by adding a display group interface that does all the work...
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  21. Assigning Time Clock Interfaces

    The user status window is where employees start work, stop work, start a new activity, open their mailbox, or print their timecard. Employees can open their user status window by using several different interfaces, depending...
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  22. Time Clock Software Managers

    In older versions of Virtual TimeClock, managers would need to belong to a display group in order to be a manager of a display group. This meant they'd need to have their user name listed...
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  23. Departments vs. Display Groups

    When new users are setting up their time clock software for the first time, they often wonder about the difference between departments and display groups. They're both ways to group employees, but there are some...
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  24. Front Reception Time Clock

    Here's a time clock deployment scenario that I came across recently. A customer wanted the front desk receptionist to be able to clock people in and out because sometimes staff would make it all the...
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  25. Adding Admin Users to Time Clock Display Groups

    Some time clock administrators need to use the time clock software for more than just performing administrative functions. For example, they may need to keep track of time spent on different projects, jobs, or activities....
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