Time and Attendance

 

Automated, Feature Rich, User Friendly

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CSTime interfaces with electronic clocking devices to automate the recording and calculation of employee hours.

It combines an impressive level of functionality with extreme ease of use and is one of the most powerful Time and Attendance packages available, encompassing such features as Macro Scripting, Report Writing and Intelligent Error Correction. It can provide a payroll extract compatible with any Payroll software that accepts a flat ASCII file.

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Real time clockings gives the wage office immediate access to employees’ attendance status and daily clocking exceptions.

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Record leave and view it as a list or calendar for one or more employees.

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Rostering allows the operator to allocate shifts on an individual or group basis easily and quickly where there is no fixed shift pattern or where shift changes are for short periods only.

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Sophisticated shift definition provides the functionality of automatic shift recognition, in the event that certain employees work a variety of shifts over a set period.

Payroll Interface

To optimize the efficiency offered by Eco Time’s computerised clocking systems, clients should automate the transfer of the Payroll Hours calculated and the employee leave captured within CSTime, across to their payroll. This saves an enormous amount of time and cuts out the risk of human error involved in the manual process of capturing hours into payroll.

The CSTime software incorporates a Payroll Interface for all of the recognized Payrolls in South Africa, at no extra charge.

Features

CSTime is available in three feature levels: Lite, Standard and Enterprise.

General Features

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Automation Features

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Shift Features

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Manual Hours Generation Features

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Leave Management Features

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Employee Database Features

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Reporting Features

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Rostering Features

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