Every organization reaches a point when it can no longer sustain itself with manual processes to manage people-related data. As a company grows, it won’t be easy to manage attendance and payroll with a haphazard system of spreadsheets, documents, and post-it notes.
In the current global environment, it is critical to remain viable and maintain employee productivity.
When we were young, we would be amazed watching sci-fi movies and shows, where characters would access hidden rooms and offices via iris scans and face scans. It seemed so out-of-this-world then. Fast forward to the present day and we have biometrics!
Labour and schedule forecasting is an important part of the service industry, and specifically workforce management.
In today’s world of technological growth, keeping track of your resources, human or otherwise, has become a priority. This ensures that you can track movements, reduce travel time and the cost associated with communication.
A search on Google defines gig economy as “a labour market characterized by the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs”.
The present surveillance systems in place in educational institutions aren’t adequate enough to counter the challenges institutions face. Increasing incidents at schools and universities involving security breaches, has put the onus on educational institutions on improving and upgrading security. Biometrics could be the possible solution.
The present surveillance systems in place in educational institutions aren’t adequate enough to counter the challenges institutions face.