ETA is designed for any business that currently has its employees record hours worked and breaks through an electronic timekeeping system.
EmployeeMetrics serves businesses in a wide range of industries, including:
No. ETA is designed to integrate with the existing timekeeping system.
ETA displays the following information about hourly employees during their shifts:
Hourly employees can view ETA if it is displayed on a centrally located device. For instance:
EmployeeMetrics obtains employee names and/or ID numbers, job titles, and timekeeping data.
EmployeeMetrics does not obtain any of the above pieces of confidential information.
Currently, ETA is compatible with ADP, Clover, Heartland, Homebase, Zenoti, and TSheets.
We want to serve you! To do so, we are happy to work with you to assess what is involved in constructing a new integration. Most new integrations take approximately one month to complete.
The default setting on ETA is 10 hours. ETA users with company permissions (e.g., business owners) easily can adjust this setting.
ETA’s default settings are based on California’s meal and rest period laws. ETA users with company permissions (e.g., business owners) easily can adjust the placement of these icons. In general, EmployeeMetrics recommends using criteria that align with the state and local labor laws that apply to your business.
With few exceptions, lag times are less than 2 minutes and usually under 30 seconds.