Time and Attendance Software
Comprehensive solution for timekeeping, scheduling, and time off management support with an easy to use interface and the ability to go entirely paperless.
Manage timekeeping, leave management and scheduling from one location with automated pay rules that ensure your ability to limit labor costs and overtime with minimal effort.
Automates leave accruals and supports an unlimited number of leave events with the ability to monitor each one. Real-time tracking of sick time, vacation, military service, personal leave and FMLA.
Flexible to keep up with changing rules governing time tracking, leave and pay within the system at any time. Simplify management of overtime, meal and rest periods, and expenses to avoid wage and hour disputes.
The core Scheduling Software empowers schedulers to create and edit schedules for any situation from split shifts to one-off schedules, even enabling them to assign multiple schedules to each employee. Access to enhanced options that support more complex scenarios.
Deliver data from the source to the system in real time with “push technology”. Simplify punching in and out, performing job transfers, viewing timesheets, and schedules, and submitting time-off requests.
Committed to security, risk management and compliance. Ascentis time has been application security certified by a third party vendor since 2008 (Plynt Application Security Certification).
As simple dashboard view provides transparency and control of workforce time including attendance, time-off requests, time clock data, timesheet approvals and more.
Create hundreds of reports and sort on any field for any time period, employee filter, labor group or pay type. Print or export any report.
Portals are user-friendly for administrators, supervisors, and employees.
Consolidate everything into one place – increasing efficiency and ensuring fair and accurate pay for your workforce.
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