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Community Hospice Automates Timekeeping

January 11, 2008
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Modesto, Calif.-based Community Hospice is using Campbell, Calif-based Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies’ Schlage HandPunch terminals to record time and attendance information at its multiple locations throughout the greater Modesto area.

Depending on which of the locations are reporting, attendance data is transmitted via TCP/IP network or dial-up. Employees swipe their ID badges or manually enter a PIN number into the Schlage HandPunch terminal and lay their hands on the unit’s platen to begin their shifts, punch in and out for lunch and at the end of their shifts, the company says.

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