AllHours give employers an effective and secure way to monitor employee time. The application requires no expensive paperwork. Data is saved to online timesheets so the user can access it whenever they need to. AllHours eliminates paper waste and makes timesheets easier to access. The application also offers a time clock hardware solution that helps stop “buddy punching” (when one employee punches in or out for another). Individual employees can be given special AllHours ID cards that they use to punch in and out at the time clock. Employers are also given access to a live view that shows them who is currently punched in and who is not for the entire company. The user can apply attendance rules based on their company’s needs that are applied. Rules can be made for each day or specific days.Show more screenshots »
AllHours is operated by the Slovenia-based Spica Group. The application was intended to provide employers with a convenient, effective and accurate way to monitor and record hours worked by their employees. The current version offers a number of features that can help employers manage timesheets in less time and with less paper waste. The application hasn’t received much attention but can be a very valuable asset to a small company.
Unlike other employee time keeping applications, AllHours supplies users with the full package. The user can monitor hours worked, see who is on the job right now and set up their own customized rules for each day or all days. AllHours also sells time clocks and employee cards. Employees can punch in and out with up to the minute times without filling out Excel spreadsheets or writing them down. The employer is given exact hours worked and the employee doesn’t have to spend more than a few seconds at the time clock.
AllHours users color in the right way. Times and statuses are displayed using different colored blocks and bars. Highlighted rows also help the user review individual employee information. The application looks highly professional without becoming bland thanks to its streamlined design. A great deal of information is presented to the employer without overwhelming them. AllHours makes Excel spreadsheets pale in comparison when it comes to organization and user friendly design.
A new user can begin by clicking the “Create Free Account” button along the lower, right hand side of the AllHours homepage. Doing so takes the user to the registration form. The form requires a first and last name, email address, password, company name, country location, language and time zone. After submitting the form, the user is advised that they must check their inbox for an activation link to complete registration.
AllHours works with a somewhat confusing credits system. The user can buy credits that get cheaper when higher quantities are purchased. 10 credits cost $26.73, 20 costs $50.78 and 90 costs $120.26. The user can also purchase 100 credits at $213.84, 200 credits for $400.94, 500 credits for $801.77 or 1,000 credits for $1,336.28. ID badges for employees must also be purchased when using the AllHours time clock. These cost $53.46 for a pack of 10 or $400.92 for a pack of 100.
AllHours is a helpful tool for employers who want to keep accurate time for their employees. The free account is appealing however small businesses may notice that AllHours gets rather pricey when they add more employees. The service is also available with an actual time clock and ID badges for users who prefer a more accurate approach to time keeping.