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Read below to find out whether or not biometric time clocks are safe to use.
There are many myths floating around about biometric time clocks having a negative impact on a business. While many believe that these are true, this resource is going to dive deep into the most commonly asked questions to debunk them once and for all.
Biometric Time Clocks Won’t Work in the Cold
It’s logical to believe that the cold, or even dirty fingerprints, will impact the sensors of the time clocks causing errors within the system. Multi-spectral technology has reduced the number of faults from occurring because of these conditions. Environmental conditions as well as dirt and grime will still be able to be read accurately.
Biometric Time Clocks are Difficult to Set Up and Manage
As soon as the specified software is uploaded into these time clocks, employees can be automatically entered into the system the very first time they punch in. This leaves you with less of a hassle to worry about. Plus, many models will send reports to a direct computer for managers and administrators as soon as the pay period comes around.
Biometric Time Clocks Store Personal Information
A biometric employee time clock is not set up to capture and save personal information. As a matter of fact, your image or your fingerprint’s scan isn’t even saved within the database. A template is created around the contour of your image, assigning numerical values to it. As a result, the time clocks will measure the numbers, not the face. So, safety issues won’t be a concern in the work environment.
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