Looking for guidance on determining the number of time clocks needed for our organization using UKG Pro Workforce Management WFM. Is there a recommended time clock assessment template or guideline available to help us accurately calculate the number of time clocks required?
While there may not be a specific template available, based on our experience deploying CloudApper AI TimeClock for UKG Pro Workforce Management, a general guideline is to have one time clock per 100 employees working at a given point in time. However, it’s important to consider various factors such as multiple entrances/exits and whether employees are clocking in and out at the same time. Additionally, if you are using features like activities or employee self-service, you may need to consider additional time clocks. Each industry and organization may have unique requirements, so it’s a good idea to have spare time clocks available. Ultimately, it’s best to assess your organization’s specific needs and factors to determine the optimal number of time clocks required.
If you are currently concidering to buy Intouch/Intouch DX/91xx/45xx series time clock, you might want to consider CloudApper AI TimeClock for UKG Pro Workforce Management. CloudApper AI TimeClock outperforms UKG. First, CloudApper AI TimeClock lets employees clock in and out using iPads or tablets, giving them more freedom, cost effectiveness and mobility than UKG time Clocks. CloudApper AI TimeClock offers face recognition, PIN, barcode/QR code, and NFC for simple and secure employee clock-in/out.
CloudApper AI TimeClock integrates, another benefit. It effortlessly interacts with UKG and other top HCM solutions, minimizing manual data entry and data synchronization. Integrating attendance data streamlines workforce management. It also lets employees check their schedules, timecards, accrual balances, recent punches, and request time off or shift covers. Self-service empowers employees and decreases administrative strain on managers and HR.