THREE Systems Time
Time Keeping by THREE Systems.....
is a computer time clock system that interfaces
directly with THREE Systems payroll by
networking or by
diskette thus eliminating the need to key each employee's
CompuClock is included with our Long Term Care
software. But, CompuClock can be used as a
application, too. Because of this, we also furnish a record
layout so that you can create an interface with your existing
Employees enter their clock number each time they clock in or
out. The employee's time sheet for the pay period is displayed
on the monitor when clocking.
Clock numbers may be up to nine digits so that the Social
Security number can be used if desired.
There are no lost records because of power failure. Entries
are automatically saved to disk. The clock is maintained by
the computer's internal battery.
Multiple time clocks can be utilized within a facility or network,
each with the capacity of an unlimited number of employees.
Each employee can clock in 4 different department/position
combinations, therefore it is not necessary to manually keep
time for such workers.
Up to 99 user defined schedules can be created to facilitate
employees working different hours sequences. Each schedule
can have up to 6 shift sets and 4 chop factors. Shift
differentials are tracked based on the time entries for each
employee. Chop factors prevent employees from clocking in
early and eliminate the hassle of rounding each employee's
Employees cannot clock in or out unless their clock number
has been activated by the payroll department. Likewise, a
terminated employee cannot clock in or out after the payroll
department has deactivated the number.
Time entries for each employee can be modified by the payroll
department to accommodate mistaken or erroneous clock
Time sheets for each employee can be printed for audit
documentation and for employee copies.
Send us mail. We welcome your comments,
suggestions and inquiries.
P. O. Box 219
Spokane, MO 65754
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