Case Study: Increase Internal Controls on Time and Attendance
MARCH 23, 2015
The previous system of filling out time cards lent itself to abuse,” said Dr. Tompkins. In addition, he needed a time clock that would keep working if Internet service was interrupted, which was an infrastructure reality given the diversity of work locations and technical situations beyond his control. With the last time system we had, a manager would have to flip through an operating manual,” Dr. Tompkins says. Solution: stratus time Tightens Internal Controls.