Keep a handle on payroll with traditional card-based,
time clocks designed specifically for small business
Time clocks, punch clocks or time recorders, stamp
the date and/or time of employee arrival, breaks, overtime
and departure on a time card. Time cards typically
include In and Out punch columns, days of week and
areas to write in employee data. A time card provides
an official record of the hours an employee works and
is used to calculate the pay due to the employee.
Time clocks maintain accurate documentation and prove compliance with wage and hour legislation.
Time recorders help reduce payroll costs by paying employees only for actual time worked.
Manual punch clocks accurately record date and time of employee arrival, breaks and departure.
An Internal battery backup safeguards data and settings for up to 30 days without power.
By recording time, time clocks deter late arrivals, long breaks and early departures.
Most punch clocks automatically adjust for short months, leap year and Daylight Saving Time without missing a tick.
The US Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division
mandates every employer to keep specific time records
for each non-exempt worker. These records are required
to include data about the hours worked for each employee.
Time clocks maintain accurate documentation and
prove compliance with wage and hour legislation.
Manual punch clocks feature tamper-proof
security locks to help protect
against costly time theft.
Track employee time and attendance, perform job costing or stamp time-sensitive documents.
Automatically calculate worked time between punches and accumulate totals per pay period.