OnTheClock Develops Employee Survey Feature for Businesses to Track COVID Symptoms

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In a time when businesses have to be more cautious than ever, software company OnTheClock has rolled out a new feature that allows business owners to screen employees for COVID symptoms before punching the clock.

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Monitoring and screening employee health in the workplace.

“We really wanted to provide a method for employees to share how they are feeling with their employer and help prevent the spread of viruses. In today’s world, keeping up to date with your employees’ health is more important than ever,” said Mathews.

OnTheClock continues to update their time tracking system by now offering a survey feature for small businesses to monitor and screen employees’ health. The employee survey feature was developed as a safety measure so employers can prevent the spread of COVID-19 inside the workplace. Business owners will have the opportunity to create a survey with questions pertaining to COVID-related symptoms.

“We wanted to provide our time clock users with a solution to quickly gather feedback from their employees regarding their well-being in a confidential manner. By offering an employee survey, small business owners will have a full understanding about the safety of their employees’ health, while continuing productivity,” said Dean Mathews, CEO of OnTheClock.

OnTheClock has made it convenient for employers and managers to create an employee survey inside their time tracking account without the hassle of jumping from one system to another in order to do so.

How it Works?

Designed to create an efficient solution for receiving employee feedback, OnTheClock provides business owners with a method to create personalized surveys to display when an employee clocks in for the day. An employee’s response can be flagged immediately if they are experiencing COVID-like symptoms and will inform them to do what the creator of the survey has instructed. For example, if an employee is experiencing symptoms, the message will prompt them to consult with a manager while preventing the employee from clocking in. On the other hand, if an employee answers no to any symptoms then he or she can proceed to operate safely.

“We really wanted to provide a method for employees to share how they are feeling with their employer and help prevent the spread of viruses. In today’s world, keeping up to date with your employees’ health is more important than ever,” said Mathews.

An employee survey is a great tool to understand many facets of a business and OnTheClock’s employee survey feature offers just that. Learn more about other survey topics small businesses can take advantage of when using an employee survey by visiting ontheclock.com.

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