Thursday, September 5, 2013

Tracking Labor Costs at Different Locations

Do you use a time clock at different stores or office locations? Do you need to keep track of how much time employees spend at each of your locations? If the answer to either of these questions is "Yes" then you need to consider using activities.

Activities are used to track all time on the clock, whether paid or unpaid. Activities can be anything you want to track time for, and can be named whatever you want. Your time clock software has a default activity called ‘In’ that gets used each time you start work. As soon as you create a new activity, employees will be prompted to pick one from a list as soon as they start work for the day. They can continue to switch from one activity to another with the click of a button. If you have multiple retail locations, you'll want to create an activity representing the name of each store so you can determine your total labor costs per cost center by running the built-in activity reports.

New activities can be created and assigned to specific display groups from the Configure control panel.

Tier 2 Tech Support
Redcort Software, Inc.


SageGarrett said...

Jeff this is exactly what our company is looking for, is there any way that this system can be used by scanning your employee card in various parts of the building? Or is it only used on a regular computer? If you have any suggestions on what we can do PLEASE let me know!
Thank you so much,

Redcort Software said...

Hi Sage. Virtual TimeClock is a computer based time & attendance system so employees will need access to a computer in order to punch in and out. You can learn all about Virtual TimeClock at