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HRMS: A smarter way to handle timesheets

Managing employee timesheets is a necessary but often incredibly time-consuming part of operating an HR department.

Employees expect an accurate record of their hours worked to be kept at all times, but the actual process of taking timesheet information and entering it into company systems can be exhausting.

The worst part is that time spent organising and compiling timesheet data is usually time taken away from other, more potentially valuable activities, such as improving employee engagement and well-being.

Fortunately, innovative Human Resource management software can significantly streamline this process, slashing the time it takes you to manage employee timesheets.

Why should I use HRMS software for my timesheet requirements?

Inputting timesheet data manually takes a long time, and often results in errors and miscalculations that can lead to more lost productivity and unhappy employees.

Ensuring that this entire process is handled digitally slashes those time requirements significantly, and also reduces the risk of human error, meaning your timesheet records will be more accurate and precise.

The best part is that HRMS timesheet systems are configurable to the requirements of your business, ensuring that you can customise your set up if necessary to ensure optimal results.

What kind of timesheets are available?

There are a number of various timesheet setups available with HR management software. They include attendance based, work rule based, expense based and billing based timesheets.

Attendance based timesheets are built around a simple record of employee days spent present and days spent absent, linked to the number of hours worked on a standard day.

Work rule based timesheets can be configured around more complex data involving attendance, overtime and leave management, while expense based timesheets are used to manage financial information such as expense reports and cash advances.

Finally, billing based timesheets are used for advanced invoicing processes, and are perfect for ensuring project billing is conducted on time and accurately.

Ari Kopoulos
ari@employeeconnect.com

CEO at EmployeeConnect