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Bodet upgrades its biometric time and attendance solution for small businesses

 

International workforce management specialist Bodet has launched Timebox 4.3, an enhanced version of its time and attendance monitoring solution designed for small and medium organizations employing up to 100 staff.

Timebox comes with a choice of clocking in terminals, including the X4 Timebox with a dual reader for both biometric and proximity clocking. The all-in-one solution automates staff clocking and provides accurate, real-time information on working time. The software generates reports as Excel or CSV files which can be imported into most payroll packages.

Timebox 4.3 also now incorporates a specific comment application, which can be displayed as an icon on the screen of the clocking terminal. If the employee is clocking outside the expected window, once they have confirmed their identity, they can click on the icon and select the reason for the unusual clocking from a pre-defined list. Comments will then be visible within the software when viewing clockings. Timebox 4.3 also features the ability to export encrypted staff data to a zip file with a password, which assists with GDPR compliance.

Reports generated by the software provide management teams with real-time accurate data to monitor absences, enabling staffing levels to be maintained. Current and historic attendance data reports can also be used for future planning and improving performance management.

“Timebox is a comprehensive time management system which has been specially designed for companies across a wide range of industries including manufacturing, transport, care homes, call centres and customer service centres,” said Bodet’s managing director, Richard Manby. “For customers who require more comprehensive workforce management solutions including access control and visitor management functionality, Bodet has developed its Kelio solution.”

The CNIL recently published regulations for companies using biometric employee time and attendance systems in France.

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