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In the second of our series of blogs about asking employees to record their attendance using an App on their smart phone, we consider what security features to look for to prevent the possibility of staff dishonestly covering up lateness. It’s an interesting observation that employers implement time and attendance systems to principally deliver two […]

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In the first of two blogs about using a smart phone App for employees to record their attendance, we explore the key issues that experience has taught us you should look for. There are three important questions to ask when introducing attendance recording via a smart phone App to your workforce: Is the App easy […]

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With cash-strapped councils scrutinising ways to save money, care contract negotiations have become an even greater battleground where, among other things, service providers are being pushed to be more flexible in their charge structures. That means implementing multiple charging bands, which in turn means increasingly complex invoice calculations for managers – and more headaches. To meet […]

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That’s an interesting point given that British Summertime officially ends this Sunday at 2am with the clocks going back by one hour. So if you pay night staff by the hour will you be paying one hour more for anyone working the night shift starting this Saturday? And correspondingly of course do you pay one less hour […]

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If there’s one thing we can be sure about following the Brexit vote, it is uncertainty. None of us knows for sure what the coming months and years will bring, despite all the claims and counter claims. But when it comes to the European working time directive, it seems fair to say there will be […]

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According to American analytical research company Techworld, (source: Techworld mobile worker research) this year it estimates there will be 1.3 billion mobile workers in the world. That’s a lot of employees who do not regularly attend the same place of work each day. Or put another way, that’s a lot of staff presenting their managers […]

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That’s an interesting point given that British Summertime officially starts this Sunday at 2am with the clock jumping forward by one hour. So if you pay night staff by the hour will you be paying one hour less for anyone working the night shift starting this Saturday? And correspondingly of course do you pay an […]

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easyLog has always recognised that night checks in the residential care setting are very important to prove that care is provided to the same high standard throughout the whole day. That’s why we introduced our simple a-Log solution some ten years ago to give a user friendly, built-for-purpose solution to confirm that night time room […]

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In a first for easyLog, we will soon be releasing a new generation of devices based on near field communications (NFC) technology, which will allow tablets and smartphones to be used as clocking-in terminals – and much more. “This is a great step forward because it means we can supply an all-purpose reader built into […]

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easyLog has come up with a clever way of using mobile technology to register staff attendance – without a mobile phone. Our new ar-Log handheld tracker is a convenient, reliable and easy to use method of recording the visits of workers who attend multiple locations in the course of their employment. When arriving or leaving […]

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