Remember Fred and Barney’s punch clock at the gravel pit? Workforce Management (WFM) hasn’t been around for quite that long – but it may surprise you to learn it does go back over a century. It was in 1888 that Willard Bundy, a New York jeweller, invented the first mechanized time recorder controlled by a clock movement (called the Bundy Key Recorder) which revolutionized hand-written time sheets. Over a century later, WFM solutions have advanced by leaps and bounds, especially in the last decade.
Beyond the tracking of employee time, today the best solutions can help you save on labour costs, expedite your planning, simplify scheduling, and efficiently manage projects and tasks within your organization – all via a few clicks from a desktop, laptop or mobile device.
But don’t just take our word for it – hear how Ellesmere X-Ray Associates were able to modernize and simplify their practice with a single solution that integrates payroll, time and attendance, as well as scheduling.