"How do I set up Clock Me In for my employees?" by Hero Academy training

Overview

As an organisation, by using time and attendance software, your managers and admins can track and monitor when your employees start and stop work each day. This type of system enables an employer to monitor their employees' working hours, any late arrivals or premature departures, time employees have taken on breaks and days they are absent. This is important in a large workforce, or a business utilising shift workers, as keeping track of a large workforce can be very time-consuming.

Employment Hero offers a Clock Me In (CMI) iPad app that enables your employees to clock in and out of work. This means once you can download the Clock Me In app onto an iPad, you can effectively turn that device into your very own clock on/off portal for your employees to use.

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We also recommend the Hero Academy Timesheets tutorial alongside this one.

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FAQs

  How do I start an employee's shift at a specified time?  

The Clock In Using Specified Time function on the Clock Me In App allows you to start an employee's shift at a pre-determined time. To read further information on this topic, you can refer to the following article.

  How do I discard an employee shift?  

The Discard Shift function on the Clock Me In App allows you to cancel an employee's clock in submission. To read further information on this topic, you can refer to the following article.

  How do I reset my admin mode pin code?  

The Reset Pin function on the Clock Me In App allows you to reset your admin portal pin code. To read further information on this topic, you can refer to the following article.

  How do I reset my log in password?  

The Reset Password function on the Clock Me In App allows you to reset your admin password. To read further information on this topic, you can refer to the following article.

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