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Celayix Time & Attendance

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Supervisor Workforce Management System

Celayix Time & Attendance provides supervisors with a suite of powerful tools to collect and review time, monitor attendance, and communicate with team members, all in real-time and on the go. Not only that, but our time and attendance system can integrate with your existing billing and payroll software to reduce errors and improve accuracy.

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Key Benefits of Celayix Time & Attendance

  • Manage employees and make adjustments on the go from a desktop, tablet, or mobile device.
  • Rapidly see all sites on a map showing the number of staff at each location and any current alerts.
  • Save time by clocking employees in/out, either individually or en masse in a matter of seconds.
  • Conveniently create and save custom filters to bring up specific data.
  • Quickly filter and sort data directly in the grid.

Features

celayix time and attendance view
celayix time and attendance with communication

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