New York, NY (PRWEB) March 26, 2013
Security is, essentially, a job that never sleeps. Whether the sun is rising over the horizon or the quietness of night is setting in, professionals in the security industry are hard at work. They may be protecting banks, other government facilities, stadiums, HOA's, high-rises, and many other private and public places.
As a result of this constant action, it's difficult for owners and managers to keep track of security employees' hours worked. Certainly, managers are not regularly at the facility in the middle of the night, so they don't know who is really there. Owners and managers alike are switching to MinuteHound to take the questions, errors, and false reporting, out of managing hourly employees. MinuteHound is easy to use, and only requires the swipe of a finger to log the security personnel's time-in and time-out.
The security industry is turning to MinuteHound for their multiple branch capabilities. At any time, a supervisor can log-in using a web browser to view employee work hours, departments, and other information.
At a baseball stadium, for example, security officers will be posted at a variety of different gates. They do not necessarily have a central office to report to, but they still have the ability to sign-in to their job from any location with a fingerprint scanning device. Once an employee swipes their finger or thumb, the time is recorded live so that supervisors can log-in and view the information in real time.
Ultimately, in some locations, managers might not ever come face-to-face with security workers. Therefore, it's difficult for them to know if an employee has missed a shift or arrived late to work. MinuteHound helps businesses address that problem by alerting managers in real time when employees deviate from their assigned schedule. This way, security companies can reduce the number of managers needed, therefore lowering overhead and increasing profits.
The security industry also benefits from MinuteHound's design. Employees can clock-in on any scanner, and clock-out with any scanner. It doesn't matter if employees start work at one location/department, and end their shift somewhere else. All times are precisely recorded live.
The security industry is a diverse one. With day, swing, popcorn, and graveyard shifts, the security industry works around the clock to meet the needs of varied clients. With so many different shifts, timekeeping can be confusing and overwhelming if a company does not have the correct system in place. These are just a few of the reasons businesses in the security sector are turning to MinuteHound.
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