WF Self-Serve with Punch Functionality

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WF Self-Serve with Punch Functionality

A module of the Communicate™ platform, WF Self-Serve with Punch functionality, enables employees to call or text a centralized number to register that they will be absent or late. In addition, employees can punch in/out and transfer job locations via an interactive phone call. WF Self-Serve with Punch functionality provides your organization with access to a completely automated and integrated solution, eliminating costs and time associated with manual inbound calls.

Benefits of WF Self-Serve with Punch Functionality

  • Hosted, web-based system that allows system administrators to track absenteeism, reported lateness and punches by a variety of metrics.
  • Provides two-way communication with real-time interactive responses.
  • Better flexibility for employees because it encourages work-life balance with multiple modes of communication.
  • Paycodes can be updated in your scheduling system.
  • System is fast is and easy to use.
  • Offers real-time robust reporting capabilities for tracking and auditing purposes, decreasing grievances.
  • Management can track trends, drill down to individual employee’s habits (e.g. are they consistently late or absent Monday mornings).
  • Opportunity for human error diminished.
  • Supports multiple languages and speech recognition.

WF Self-Serve with Punch Functionality

Features

Fully Integrated

WF Self-Serve is integrated with the top scheduling platforms. No need for manual entry or batch transfers.

Report With Text Messages

Give your employees what they want with text message absent and late reporting

Real Time Absenct and Late Reporting

Never again wait for voicemails or emails to be checked to know that an employee is absent or late.

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WF Self-Serve with Punch Functionality

Part of the Communicate Family

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WF Self-Serve with Punch Functionality

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WF Self-Serve Module Information

Vocantas provides multi-channel, two-way interactive employee communication solutions into your scheduling system. Now features Punch functionality. Also includes text and phone to allow employees to report lateness or absence.

WF Self-Serve Module Information

Vocantas provides multi-channel, two-way interactive employee communication solutions into your scheduling system. Now features Punch functionality. Also includes text and phone to allow employees to report lateness or absence.

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Fostering Employee Engagement

A quick YouTube and Google search shows numerous examples of employees exiting their job and leaving a lasting impression. One of the more famous exits is former JetBlue flight attendant, Steve Slater. After an incident with a female passenger he grabbed a few beers and slid down the plane’s emergency slide, but not before using the plane’s in-flight PA system to comment on the passenger.

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