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Time Clock Kiosk with facial recognition

Time Clock Kiosk has captured over 1 million photos to end employee time theft.

Discourages buddy punching

Our facial recognition knows who’s who. If an employee clocks in for a late or absent friend, TSheets Kiosk notifies admins.

Easy and hassle-free

Thumbprint scanners are a widespread technology, but they don’t work well in some environments. Facial recognition is as simple as taking a selfie.

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It works anywhere

TSheets Time Clock Kiosk is perfect for any work environment, even outdoor, high-traffic job sites.

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How facial recognition works for your business

Ready at clock in

Employees clock in with a four-digit PIN and smile for the camera. Nice and simple.

Employees are recognised

TSheets Time Clock Kiosk uses facial recognition to detect who is clocking in and out.

Software that learns as it goes

Facial recognition analyses and remembers the shape of every face and compares it to previous photos.

Photos are flagged for review

If a photo doesn’t look right, it is flagged with admins and on the employee’s timesheet.

Everyday ease of use

Facial recognition verifies each employee’s identity every time they clock in but never prevents them from clocking in or out.

Take it from there

Admins can review flagged photos at their leisure and confront buddy punching or time theft according to their company’s policies.

TSheets starts at $8/month per user

That’s like two coffees for each employee each month!

Try TSheets free!

Frequently Asked Questions About TSheets Facial Recognition

Biometric technology is on the rise. People are used to using their fingerprints and faces to unlock devices. Our facial recognition works in much the same way. It’s just another way to ensure employees can clock in quickly and get paid accurately.

Facial recognition is not a legal requirement. We recommend you first help your employees to understand how it works and your company’s time tracking policies. Consult an employment lawyer on staff consent and policies that can and can’t be implemented.

Yes. From the Timesheets List or the employee’s timesheet, click on their photo. Hover over the image and select ‘This isn’t .’ This tells TSheets that the wrong person has been identified. Follow these steps to train the algorithm, or do this for each photo for a complete reset.

There’s no need to take or upload any photos. The first photo taken of each employee creates a baseline, and every photo thereafter builds on that data. This ensures the accuracy of the facial recognition algorithm.

We recommend using an iPad. Their performance and front-facing camera make them perfect for the job. TSheets Time Clocks are compatible with any internet-connected tablet or computer.

Yes. Employees are never blocked from clocking in or out. Our facial recognition will notify admins if photos don’t match. This keeps employees productive and gets them to work right away while providing documentation for later review.

  • Research

    Demystifying biometric data

    Decades ago, science-fiction classics like “Star Trek” and “The Fifth Element” imagined how face-scanning technology might be used to verify one’s identity. And they weren’t far off.

    Today, facial scanning — better known as facial recognition — is replacing digital keys, codes, and cards for access to locations, devices, and information. So even if the word “biometric” evokes a fear of Space-Odyssey levels of complexity, trust us. It’s pretty simple.

  • Success Story

    Hardware company uses Time Clock to simplify time tracking in the warehouse

    Solve-it! Companies, LLC creates practical products for a range of industries. They make everything from tools and hardware to tablet and mobile device accessories, all of which solve everyday problems in the business environment.

    Before discovering TSheets, Solve-it! Companies used an ERP (enterprise resource planning) system on a computer from which their team clocked in and out. They knew they needed something better. Find out what makes TSheets Time Clock “hands-down the best thing we’ve ever seen for time tracking.

  • Survey Results

    Time Card apps improve time tracking habits and accuracy on job sites

    A 2017 survey of 1,000 US employees found managers track time for 18 percent of employees, but only 1 in 4 managers has access to a time card app. And with a majority of business owners needing to track time according to jobs, clients, and locations, the need to automate, and not rely on paper time cards and spreadsheets, is greater than ever.

Simplify your time tracking

TSheets Time Clocks use facial recognition to prevent buddy punching and stop time theft.