Icon TimeVue time clock software is one of the very first time and attendance software systems ever designed. TimeVue is based on TimeSource, which was originally available in Windows 3.11 on five 3 1/2″ “Floppy’s”. TimeSource was upgraded in 1996 to work with Windows XP, and was discontinued around 2004, when it was replaced […]
How to set up the RTC1000 or SB100 Remote time clock to communicate across the Internet: KB0075 : How do I set up the RTC-1000 or SB-100 PRO universal time clock so I can access it externally through the Internet? Solution: To do this, you will need to have the following: A Broadband internet connection (Cable, […]
We stock and sell biometric time clocks, and web hosted biometric time clocks We have hands-on experience with all biometric systems, including thumbprint, fingerprint, facial recognition, VASCULAR, and Hand Punch clocks. We understand the differences between the various software systems and the hardware. Biometric time clocks work differently under various conditions, like sneakers and shoes, […]
How to change a pay cycle in CalcTime self contained time keeping system If you are changing the pay cycle, first print out the current punch records! Next, you change the pay period (pay cycle, maybe from weekly to bi-weekly, perhaps you are changing the day that the pay period ends from Monday to Wednesday.. […]
Setting up an IP address for a Hand Punch clock In the time and attendance software, find the CLOCK list. First, set your clock as Clock #1 Second, fill in the name box, like South Park, or something that identifies the clock. Third: using the drop down menu, make it say HP0x00 RS232, Modem, or […]
Calctime Force a Purge When working properly, the Calctime system will remove all the punch records jusst three days after the end of a pay cycle. The system is stable, but occasionally it may refuse to reset. Should you leave it alone for a few more pay cycles it will sort itself out. However, you can […]
Using an Amano MJR7000, we set up several examples on how 15 minute rounding works. It is also called the 7-minute rule. Either way, it works like this, using 8AM as our imaginary time. Sue punches in at 7:53, it pays her from 8AM. Sue can also punch in late, like between 8:01 and 8:07. […]
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If you are going to ring bells with an Amano TimeGuardian MTX-15 time clock, then this is for YOU! You can source the parts yourself, or, you can get it from US. Click on this line, we will build one specifically for you.
New automatic date time stamper die plates need to be adjusted. We sell engraved brass plates for Rapidprint AR, Widmer T3, and Acroprint ET automatic date time stamping machines. They always need to be adjusted. To do this: You need a sturdy size 1 flat blade screw driver. Back the plate screws out two turns. Find and […]
PRINT THIS PAGE Tracking Paid Breaks with the Icon TotalPass The Universal Time Clock includes a function that tracks Paid Breaks. Tracking Paid Breaks allows you to see how long your employees are taking. It is normal to see employees take excessive breaks; this puts it on paper. To do this: In order to track […]
Look at the images below. It is easy to upgrade icon timevue software. 1 800 682 3389, we are in Florida, we provide Icon timevue software support. Step two: Now, just restart your software, no need to reboot your computer. The upgrade is complete. Icon timevue software modules are easy to install. Call us when you […]
Employeetimeclocks.com is an authorized worldwide reseller for HandPunch products. Product information and hands-on overview of the HandPunch 2000E Model: Hand Punch 2000E Application: Office, banks, warehouse, manufacturing, large employee populations Guarantee: One Year Factory, Boulder Colorado service Capacity: 512 employees, non-expandable Communications: Ethernet only Note: All handpunch clocks that say “E“ […]
We recently transitioned an XP computer to Windows 8. We were lost in the new interface. Honestly, it doesn’t seem like a good fit for business applications. Unfortunately, there isn’t a built-in Windows 8 option for changing the interface. We got wind of this utility, It will make your Windows 8 feel like a 7 (or XP). It’s called Classic […]
Updated November 24, 2014: Computers need a good “tune-up” at least once a year. Please realize you initiate this at your own risk, we are not responsible if something goes wrong. That being said, these are the steps we recommend: Close all your programs. Click on start, select the RUN command. Type MRTand hit enter. […]
Top 10 Annoying Employee Payroll Habits There’s no perfect job in this world, but I’m convinced that the job of payroll has to be one of the most stressful. InHR we are responsible for attracting, developing and retaining a talented workforce—it’s pretty hard doing that if we don’t pay our employees. The payroll department often […]
This is part of an answer we sent a customer who was looking for a time clock system that would account for paid breaks, and also ring bells. Bottom line: We have it. There is only one computerized clocking system that will allow for paid breaks (as opposed to an unpaid break, lunchtime), and ring […]
The chart below illustrates the differences between the various, and most common, Hand Punch time clocks. We also repair hand punch clocks.
Subject: Internet Sales Tax This was posted in the Saint Petersburg Times, 22 July, 2013 I believe I have a simple solution to the proposed Internet Sales Tax. The dilemma is that e-commerce dealers may have to correctly collect from and submit taxes to 50 states, each state must be broken down by the county, […]