Managing timesheet and employee’s attendance with Employment Hero is simple and easy. Our Timesheets and Clock Me In features allow employees to easily and quickly record their hours in just a couple of clicks. Our Geotagging and image capture feature helps you to reduce time theft. Real-time reporting allows you to make more insightful decisions with the information you need.
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Clock In & Out
Employees can use the clock in and clock out app with their own mobile device or a central iPad. Employment Hero Payroll will create their timesheets and bring them automatically across to payroll, eliminating the need to chase missing data and reducing the risk of human error.
Geotagging and image capture
Reduce time theft with Employment Hero Payroll’s geotagging and image capture features. You can easily see where your employees were on a map when they clocked in and clocked out. You can also ask employees to use their device to image capture themselves when clocking in and out.
Employment Hero lets your employees complete their online timesheets on a daily or weekly basis. They can submit via their mobile device and check the approval status at any time. Quick, simple, easy.
Get the information you need to make the right decision. Employment Hero Payroll’s time and attendance feature automatically creates timesheets that are synced with your payroll for real-time reporting. This allows you to pull accurate reports on employee attendance helping you make more insightful decision.
"All up, I’d say we save about 20 hours each week across the departments, which adds up to between 80-100 hours a month, depending on how busy we are!”
“As soon as our hiring started to ramp up, it was clear to me that it would be difficult to sustain such manual processes. Employment Hero has made onboarding and HR management one thousand times easier.”
“The centralisation of employee information solves the problem of having paper files distributed around the various venues, because now they’re in one central place that I can access.”