Cloud-based software helps Holiday Inn Express meet workforce management demands

To better manage time and attendance in an industry that is always “on,” Michael Vassell, general manager for the Holiday Inn Express in Tavares, Fla., chose Lathem’s PayClock online time and attendance system to meet the hotel’s workforce management demands.

Lathem’s PayClock online enables Vassell, who manages several properties, to manage time and attendance for his employees at his convenience. Regardless of where he’s located, he can now access employee time records and information at any time, make changes, resolve issues, and integrate this data into his payroll system. Because the web-based PayClock online software works seamlessly with the existing Lathem PC60 time clock, Vassell doesn’t have to deal with outdated magnetic swipe cards.

Employees wave their proximity ID badges in front of the PC60 time clock and immediately their time is entered into the centralized system. Vassell sees who clocks in and out and from which location all in real-time.

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PayClock online also comes with setup and live customer support as part of Lathem’s six-point assurance program. Lathem’s PayClock online offers key advantages in managing time and attendance. The cloud-based system makes data available anytime, any­where on a web-enabled PC, Mac or mobile device. There isn’t any software to install or maintain by the customer. Businesses can pay by the month and only for the employees actively tracking their time.

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