At ATS, we pride ourselves on the durability of our time clocks. We know how costly cheap time clocks can be, so we build our time clocks to last as much as three times longer than the low-end[...]
No time clock is a stand-alone entity. It’s entire purpose is to collect the detailed attendance data your organization needs to run an accurate payroll and comply with legal reporting[...]
For some customers, simplicity is key. This is why they would opt for a power over Ethernet (PoE) connection. With a PoE clock, the Ethernet cable carries both power and data between the terminal[...]
One of the critical questions when selecting a time clock is deciding what time clock badge to use with it. ATS time clocks work with a variety of badge types and badge manufacturers. It goes[...]
For most people, work badges are tools they don't have to think about - unless (or until) they lose theirs. They slide it through or hold it up to whatever nondescript box "talks" to it, and the[...]
One of the first questions we get from prospects is: Will our company badge work with your terminal?
We get it. Nobody wants to roll out a badge replacement program. So this is a great question.
You have to get a lot of ducks in a row when your organization decides to expand globally. Preparing your existing workforce ready for global expansion is one of those ducks.
Many American companies look to global hiring as a response to a growing skills gap. Interestingly, the most critical skills gap identified by executives is the lack of "soft skills," such as[...]
Going global is an exciting time for any organization. The opportunity is matched only by the scope of planning and attention to detail required to make your global expansion strategy successful.
The digital transformation makes it increasingly easy for businesses of all sizes to reach around the world. However, the technical ability to go global doesn't guarantee success. There are few[...]
The digital transformation makes hiring and expanding globally more accessible to organizations of all sizes. It's an exciting, if challenging, time to move towards a global workforce.