Fair Work changes come into effect on the 1st March 2020 that require businesses with staff on annual salaries to keep accurate records of the actual hours worked.
Staff simply present themselves at a kiosk when they arrive at and leave from work. They are instantly recognised using facial recognition. They then press the Clock In or Clock Out button as appropriate, and their time is automatically recorded.
Time records are kept for 7 years, independently from your payroll system, and can be reviewed as needed.
Convenient. Clocking in/out requires literally a single button press. Nothing could be easier.
Accurate. Record the actual hours worked, not manual timesheet entries which are made up each week or month.
Compliant. Substantial fines can be applied for organisations that fail to meet their Fair Work obligations.
Almost all industries are impacted, including: finance, legal, mining, retail, hospitality, manufacturing, call centres, local government, telecommunications, horticulture, and broadcasting.
Over 20 awards are impacted across most industries (see draft determination):
NoahFace runs on an iPad mounted at your point of entry or in a staff common area. Staff simply present themselves when they arrive at work, and again before they leave.
NoahFace compares their face with known faces using facial recognition technology. If there is a match, it automatically displays the Clock In / Clock Out screen.
They simply press the appropriate button, and a record of their time for the day is recorded. Nothing could be easier.
The data is securely maintained in the Cloud, independently of your payroll system. This is important, as the time records must be maintained for 7 years.
NoahFace is the ideal solution for helping businesses comply with the new Fair Work rulings.