Facial Recognition for Time Clock Kiosk
TSheets has captured over 1 million photos to curb buddy punching and stop time theft
Discourages Buddy Punching
Facial recognition knows who’s who. If an employee clocks in for (or “buddy punches”) a friend who is late or absent, admins are notified immediately.More details
Thumbprint scanners are a popular technology, but they don’t work well in certain environments. Facial recognition is as simple as taking a selfie.More details
Whether you work in an office or a warehouse, facial recognition for your TSheets Time Clock is perfect for any environment, even outdoor, high-traffic job sites.More details
How Facial Recognition Works for Your Business
Ready at clock in
Employees enter four-digit PINs and smile for the camera to clock in — quick and simple. And the feature is free for all TSheets users!
Employees are recognized
The TSheets Time Clock Kiosk uses facial recognition to detect who is clocking in for or out from a job.
Software that learns as it goes
Facial recognition analyzes and remembers the geometry of each person’s face and compares it to previous photos taken.
Photos are flagged for review
If a photo doesn’t look right, it is automatically flagged on the employee’s timesheet, and admins receive an instant notification.
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.
Frequently Asked Questions About TSheets Facial Recognition
How will facial recognition impact employee morale and company culture?+
Is it legal to require employees to use facial recognition to clock in and out?+
Is there a way to reset the photos captured by facial recognition software?+
Do I need to take initial photos of all my employees?+
What type of tablet do I need to use facial recognition?+
Will employees still be able to clock in if their photos don’t match?+
- ResearchDemystifying 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.
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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.
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