July 12, 2011
NETtime Enhances Time and Attendance with Seniority Scheduling
By Carolyn J Dawson
Seniority Scheduling has been added to NETtime Solutions’ SaaS (News - Alert) time and attendance solution. Workforce management, including fulfilling scheduled and unscheduled needs, can be now refined with NETtime’s seniority scheduling. An announcement in this regard has been made by the developer of SaaS time and attendance, NETtime Solutions.
Managers and supervisors can now assign shifts with the new feature, Seniority Scheduling. The shifts can be assigned on the basis of skill, certification or seniority. Depending on their various skill sets and schedules, an employee can have multiple seniorities. Within an organization, this employee can be designated based on different labor levels. These include location, department and job function.
Multiple job roles can be assigned to employees. Flexibility in managing their workforce can be therefore gained by employers. When schedules are assigned to the employees, they are given priority according to skill or seniority.
In a release, Bahan Sadegh who is the President and Chief Executive Officer of NETtime Solutions said, “We’re excited to continually expand NETtime’s capabilities to help our clients better manage their businesses by better managing their employees. We carefully listen to what our clients need from NETtime and enhance the solution so they can more effectively manage their workforce to strengthen their business operations.”
NETtime is an anywhere, anytime time and labor management solution. Management of companies of all sizes can focus on strategic initiatives by using NETtime. Companies are able to manage their workforce with real-time time and labor management data with help from NETtime Solutions. At the same time, companies are helped by NETtime Solutions to maintain compliance with local, state and federal labor laws.
Companies are facing aggressive enforcement of federal, state and local labor laws in today’s constantly changing business environment. They are also facing plaintiff bar wage and hour lawsuits. Companies are exposed to a greater risk of non-compliance by manually tracking time and attendance.
Companies can now automate their time and labor management with NETtime. Apart from minimizing labor law compliance risk, companies can focus on improving employee morale and productivity. An accurate record of employee hours is created when a company consistently applies payroll policies through automated time and attendance. Carolyn John is a Contributor to TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves