Tighter compliance cause for a workplace rethink

Oct 2020. Prior to COVID-19, employee under-payment was thrust into the spotlight through the media coverage of several high-profile organisations who failed to record and pay their staff appropriately.

Embarrassing … but also illegal.

Since then, new legislation requires employers to keep time and attendance and pay records of employees for a minimum of seven years. An onerous task for many.

Just as businesses get used to the tightening of rules around payroll, COVID-19 enters our world.  And a new compliance requirement has emerged – which includes a workplace health and safety obligation to minimise the risk of employee infection in the workplace.

Employers are now responsible for preventing COVID-19 transmission in the workplace with the same responsibilities and liabilities as any other job hazard.  And these responsibilities extend to the ‘work-from-home’ environment.

All of this is prompting many organisations to throw their existing time and attendance and payroll solutions up in the air for a good, healthy rethink.

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Getting back to work safely

Sep 2020. Getting people back to work safely is easier said than done. Two in three employees are nervous about returning to work, according to a Qualtrics study.

Over half of workers want to see measures taken to protect them. And as new safe workplace principles and guidelines stress that employers are responsible for protecting workers’ health and safety – that means businesses need to have a strategy.  

And it starts at the front door.

NoahFace now offers a suite of touchless solutions that enable global companies to safely get back to business – by reducing the number of touch points for workers.

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Introducing Temperature Screening

May 2020. NoahFace has created the world's first unmanned and touchless temperature screening kiosk using opto-thermal scanning.

Staff take one look at the mounted iPad, they are instantly recognised using facial recognition technology, and their temperature is automatically recorded. If they appear to have an elevated temperature, they can be denied access or provided with customised instructions, and an alert can be sent to stakeholders via email.

Temperature screening can be used with both Time and Attendance and Access Control solutions.

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Royal Touch goes touch-free with NoahFace

Apr 2020. Australian paper and hygiene system manufacturer, Royal Touch, has replaced its high-touch timesheet system with a hands-free facial recognition solution from NoahFace.

“Improving the efficiency and accuracy of our time keeping records drove our decision to move to NoahFace, but the touch free interface has proven to be a fantastic attribute in the current environment,” said Dominic Chetcuti, director at Royal Touch. “The system has already shown its value and been welcomed by our staff.”

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Introducing NoahFace Go

Apr 2020. NoahFace announces the launch of the NoahFace Go mobile time and attendance solution, specifically designed for staff that work from home or from multiple work locations.

NoahFace Go can be used for simple clock in / clock out applications, tracking the time spent on tasks or projects, as well as tracking the time spent on individual jobs.

NoahFace Go is available for both iPhones and Android phones, and connects to the NoahFace platform to provide secure data retention as well as searching, viewing, and reporting on events.

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Private Vaults Australia embraces multi-factor authentication

One of Australia’s leading personal wealth protection companies, Private Vaults Australia, has just added the NoahFace iPad based facial recognition and multi-factor authentication solution to their secure storage and trading facility.

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They say necessity is the mother of invention. Now meet the father of NoahFace.

In 2015 café owner Geoff Cropley came to the realisation that his business would run a lot smoother and he’d have a better relationship with his customers if he could remember their names and orders. You know what it’s like. You walk into your favourite café and they know your order. It makes the experience even better if they remember your name. As a customer you feel engaged and appreciated and are more likely to be loyal.

After scouring the world for a system that would work for his business, Geoff realized that using facial recognition technology would be the perfect solution. The problem was, such a system didn’t exist. So, instead of giving up, Geoff invented it. After 18 months of prototyping and stress testing in a real-life environment, and seeing large improvements in customer loyalty and profitability in his business, Noah Facial Recognition Pty Ltd was launched.

Canberra Airport boosting security with facial recognition

Canberra Airport has boosted protection for its secure and sterile areas. Facial recognition technology is now in place - via an iPad App - requiring employees to scan their faces before entering.

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Facial recognition with your takeaway coffee

The faces of customers at Sydney's Bahista Cafe are scanned by an iPad as they approach the barista at the coffee machine. Instantly the customer's name, favourite order and whether they are due for a loyalty reward flashes up on another iPad facing staff.

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Order at face value. 
Bahista Cafe using facial recognition technology to remember your favourite coffee and loyalty points

ORDERING a coffee is coming with an extra bit of technology thanks to an innovative North Sydney company. NoahFace has created software that remembers cafe customers' faces and their favourite drink. The idea for the technology started brewing when Geoff Cropley and Julie Buchanan opened up Bahista Cafe in Sydney three years ago ...

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Switzer TV Interview

Peter Switzer interviews Founder & CEO Geoff Cropley about the remarkable technology behind the NoahFace App that lets you instantly know what a customer wants ...

Cafe uses facial recognition software to make sure customers get the right coffee

A SYDNEY cafe has come up with a new way to tackle one of the biggest problems a barista faces during the morning rush — remembering a customer’s name.

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Channel 10
Eyewitness News

Recently Channel 10 Eyewitness News ran this story about how the customers of Bahista Café in Sydney's CBD have really embraced the technology and appreciate the higher level of personal service they now enjoy.

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