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Web Check-Ins: New Wave in To Remote and On-Field Employee Management

An organization’s workforce is considered as the largest expenditure, which impacts various factors such as production and profitability. Inaccurate time keeping can further lead to costly regulatory compliance.

On the other hand, the workforce is also an asset for any organization about growth and profitability. Therefore, it is very crucial for the organization to automate the entire process of attendance.

If an organization does not have an accurate and reliable time data captured from its workforce (or employees) and have not provided the correct information to human resources and payroll system, then there are more chances of error-prone breakdowns.

Well, time and attendance management varies from organization to organization and are always industry specific. Software like HR-One that can help in automating the attendance process comes with the following benefits:

  • Manages employees’ attendance and keeps a record of their time-in, out-time, and the total number of hours worked.
  • Captures every single entry and exit data of all employees to automatically calculate the number the total of hours worked.

Main features of HR-One

The HR-One package comes with the following features.

  • Define policies

Based on industry-type, you can define policies, like attendance, leave, and working hour. You can define these policies based on roles, departments, grades and locations. You can also create multiple shifts for the same department or location as needed.

  • Mobile check-in

HR-One helps you keep track of the employees who are working remotely, such as working on-site for their projects or meetings. It helps you to track the location and provides the geo tagging. This data is then transferred to the time and attendance system in real-time to get the real picture of employees’ productivity.

  • Define holiday calendars

HR-One allows you to define leave types, company holidays, and various other leave or holiday policies. You can also define the workflow in terms of who is going to be the first-level or second-level approver. The tool also provides you features, such as number of leaves taken, balance, etc.


Now, you will be able to track the working hours of each employee no matter which location they are at, whenever you need it! The HR-One mobile time and attendance management makes you feel relaxed because you are in a better position to handle all your month-end processes!

Are your employees happy? 10 Signs HRs should always look for

As an HR person, it’s important to know if your employees are happy. Here are 10 tell-a-tale signs that you can look out for inconspicuously to ensure that your folks are doing well!

  1. Smiling

A real smile always gets reflected in your eyes. While talking to your employees, observe their smiles. Is the smile natural or fake? With the smile and eyes, you would be able to measure the happiness of a person.

  1. Vacation Pattern

Employees, who have planned vacations are generally happier than those who have unplanned frequent vacations. If the employee’s availability is predictable and balanced with planned vacations, it is generally a sign of a happy employee, who knows when a break is needed and also eager to be back at work.

  1. Reaching To Work On Time

A satisfied employee would love to come to work on time. If a person reaches office in time with a genuine smile, you can easily make out that they are motivated towards their work assignments.

  1. Building Friendly Relationship With Colleagues

Studies have shown, when co-workers spend more time together it can be good for business. Good working relationships and camaraderie help organizations create higher performance in the workplace.

  1. Contributing Towards Voluntary Work Events

If your company is organizing voluntary work events over and above the normal working hours, employees, who participate, are reflecting happiness with their jobs.

  1. Preserving Company Resources

A happy employee would never like to misuse or see wastage of their company’s resources. Consider how often an employee is asking for office supplies, such as stationary. Other examples can be wastage of electricity and coffee.

  1. Behaving Passionately

An unhappy person can never work with passion or energy. Passionate employees strive to do their best, are quick to alert if things are not going well and always ready with suggestions on how to make things better. Look out for employees, who exhibit high energy and passion levels.

  1. Proposing Solutions

A satisfied employee will always like to contribute in discussions and can invest time towards the growth of the organization. If your employees voluntarily take the time to think about the company’s future, take it positively.

  1. Showing Optimistic Attitude

To determine the number of employees that are optimistic and happy with the company, conduct a meeting. Take their feedback. People providing positive feedback are happier and vice-versa.

  1. Good Working Relationship With Manager or Boss

It is not necessary for employees to be friends with their boss but they need to have a good rapport. Employees, who have a good rapport, generally tend to get recognition and support from their manager and perform better.

A happy employee can help in creating a productive and vibrant work atmosphere. Employees, who do not display any of the above signs, need support and action from the HR to bring them into the happy zone.