Moving your employee time clock software from one computer to another can be performed quickly by using Virtual TimeClock’s built-in backup and restore features.
Moving Guide - Virtual TimeClock Basic
Moving Guide - Virtual TimeClock Pro
Moving Guide - Virtual TimeClock Network Client
Moving Guide - Virtual TimeClock Network Server
Yes. Virtual TimeClock Network Edition can be configured to allow a Virtual TimeClock Client to connect to a TimeClock Server at a remote location over the Internet.
Remote Connectivity Guide
Virtual TimeClock Network Edition clients may be deployed on a Terminal Server. The Basic and Pro Editions of Virtual TimeClock are stand alone applications that do not run in a Terminal Services environment.
Our Virtual TimeClock knowledge base is currently under construction.
We will regularly add new content throughout the fall of 2016.
Sometimes employees work off-site or at a remote facility during the day. For them, using a time clock ‘real-time’ to punch in and out for breaks and lunches can be impractical. Virtual TimeClock Pro and Network edition provides…Read More
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 simplifies the time clock…Read More
Meal breaks are an important part of the workday offering employees the chance to refuel and recharge. At the same time, ensuring that employee lunch breaks are properly taken can be a time intensive challenge for employers. Unwanted overtime…Read More
Almost everyone has been late to work at least once. However, when workers regularly arrive late to work it impacts everyone through lost revenue, increased stress, and lower morale in the workplace. Virtual TimeClock Pro has several tools…Read More
Adding entry notes in Virtual TimeClock is an easy way to quickly attach an explanation for a late arrival or early departure to a worker timecard. Entry notes are also used to associate timecard hours with a job number, mileage, tips, or productivity…Read More
On May 18, 2016, the Department of Labor announced an update to the Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA). One major change requires employers to pay overtime for salaried employees earning less than $47,476 per year. This law becomes effective…Read More