Hospitality & Travel
Multiple shift types, pay rates, schedules, and environments. The TimeForce can help you manage the diverse attendance challenges of the Hospitality industry.
Front office, hospitality and food service are all paid differently. Housekeeping may be paid by a piece rate or by rooms cleaned. Effective scheduling is essential. Time collection and management in the hospitality industry is complex—you need a flexible and powerful system to help you rapidly adapt to changing business demands
Qqest can help.
We have the best time and attendance solution for the hospitality industry. Here's why:
- TimeForce has great data collection options.
- TimeForce can easily accommodate different rate structures and calculations.
- TimeForce has the scheduling functionality you need.
Featured Time Clock
Velocity 850 Biometric TimeClock with Job Costing & Department Transfers
This unit is a sophisticated, feature-rich biometric time clock system, with the ability to perform job costing and department transfers. In addition, the Velocity 850 offers extended time tracking features such as break and lunch buttons and multiple pay rates. It offers a four-line, backlit LCD display with prompts for entries.
For outdoor applications this clock is compatible with our new outdoor Time Clock Enclosure.
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Employee Time Tracking in the Hospitality Industry Case Studies
- Scottsdale Camelback
Located at the foot of the majestic Camelback Mountain in Scottsdale, Arizona, the Scottsdale Camelback Resort is one of the first purpose built timeshare properties in the state, and an ideal destination for both business and pleasure. The 11.35 acre resort features 111 luxury villas, restaurants, tennis courts and a nine-hole executive putting green.
- Aspen Square
For over 46 years, Aspen Square had used
the same basic method to track time and
work completed: employees manually
completed a physical time card, the cards
were gathered, and then the information
was shipped from the properties back to
the main office. This method was rife with
opportunities for mistakes, not to mention a
Employee Time Tracking in the Hospitality Industry Key Functionality
- Labor Distribution
- Global Mass Entry
- History Archive
- Supervisors Fix Errors
- Job Rates
- Time Card Errors Notification
- Missing Signature & Approvals Notification
- Hours Tracker
- Multi language
- Multiple Schedules Per Day
- Real Time Validation on DCT
- Pay Rates For Job
- 4 Character Timecodes
- Error Control Reports
- Supervisor Reports
- Scheduling Reports
- Multiple Profiles per Employee
- Accruals Based on Worked Hours
- Spreadsheet Scheduling
- Shift Swap Requests
- Role Base Security
- Lunch Overrides
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