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The #1 Time Clock for Workday Time Tracking

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Workday Time Tracking is a cloud-based application that helps businesses manage their workforce efficiently. This powerful tool lets managers track employee hours worked and absences in real-time. It offers a range of features and benefits, many of which stem from its automation. We're here to show you the benefits of Workday Time Tracking, particularly when it’s integrated with the right Workday time clock.  

How does Workday Time Tracking Work?  

workday time trackingThe time and absence management module collects data from several sources, including time clocks, mobile app, and web-based timesheets.

Managers and human resource departments have access to current employee work hour information through Workday. It also integrates with Workday payroll, for seamless payroll processing. 



How does Workday Time Tracking Integrated with a Time Clock Benefit Your Company?  

Your company can realize a variety of benefits, including: 

  1. Accuracy: Workday receives accurate and reliable information from multiple sources, which it processes in real-time. 
  2. Automation: Saves time and reduces errors by automating manual processes like, approving time workflows and managing time and absence 
  3. Compliance: Helps businesses stay compliant with local and federal labor laws and regulations by accurately tracking employee time and attendance. 
  4. Visibility: Gives human resource employees and managers accurate information about employee attendance trends, allowing for better decision-making and resource planning. 
  5. Cost savings: Workday Time Tracking saves money by reducing the resources and effort needed for manual employee time tracking. 

Key Features of Workday Time Tracking in a Compatible Time Clock:  

  1. workday time clockTime Entry: Employees input their time on the clock, which is promptly reviewed by the time clock and sent your workday software. 
  2. Workday absence management: Managers can track employee absences, including sick leave, vacation, and personal time off. 
  3. Time Off Requests: Employees can request time off for managers to approve through the workday time clock system. 
  4. Workday payroll integration: Having a certified Workday solution that integrates with your payroll system allows for an efficient employee pay process.   

Integrating Workday Time Tracking with a Time Clock  

Integrating Workday Time Tracking with TimeCom is simple.  TimeCom is our Workday-certified and cloud-based time clock system.  It is easy to set up integration with Workday and only takes 8 weeks (around 2 months). 

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Benefits of using an ATS Time Clock with Workday Time Tracking:  

  1. Automated data transfer for improved accuracy and fewer errors. 
  2. Real-time data on employee time and attendance driving smarter decisions. 
  3. Supports compliance with labor laws by accurately tracking employee time and attendance. 
  4. Seamless payroll processing through integration with payroll systems. 
  5. Saves money, time, and resources by fully automating the time and attendance tracking process. 

Features of TimeCom: 

  1. Our time clocks use fingerprint scanners, barcode readers, proximity readers, and keypads for accurate time tracking and to prevent time theft 
  2. ATS time clocks that work with Workday have been proven to have a longer shelf life and withstand the test of everyday actions at the clock.  
  3. All our Workday-compatible time clocks have features that provide employees with a fast, and easy experience. 

Streamline Attendance Tracking with TimeCom 

Interested in simplifying your time and attendance tracking? Request a demo to speak with an ATS team member to learn more about how TimeCom helps you achieve that. 

You will see firsthand how Workday Time Tracking and TimeCom works together seamlessly to: 

We’ll answer your questions and demonstrate how the integration will benefit your business. Request a demo today and take the first step towards better time and attendance tracking for your business.

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