Just one code for everyone??
Seems a bit risky, since every time an employee is let go you'd have to reset the number.
We have a code system but each employee has their own code (last 4 of SSN or other specified number in case of duplicate) or a keyfob / swipe card.
Numbers or cards are de-activated if an employee is terminated as part of the exiting protocol.
Plus since everyone has their own code we can regulate the coming and going of employees, it serves as a back-up to the time clock, and for us we have certain limitations on entry times so that employees codes will note work more than 1 hour before their shift - this way they can't loaf around (seems suspicious that anyone would want to "hang-out" and work)
Just what we do - but having one code for everyone seems kinda risky
Edited by it_rains_inside, 06 March 2015 - 09:23 PM.