Time and Attendance
Time tracking management that unlocks productivity.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
Make the most of your people’s time with one global system.
Workday Time Tracking is part of a single system with absence, HCM and payroll.
With everything together, you gain one source of data and unified actions – helping you reduce workforce costs, increase productivity, promote worker well-being and confidently manage compliance risks.
Global workforce cost reporting
Mobile check-in/out with geofencing
Always-on, configurable auditing
Real-time calculations and validations
Automated mass approvals and exceptions
Time and absence compliance rules
Accurate time sheets and easy check-in.
Mobile time tracking in Workday comes with geofencing. Your workers can get a reminder to check in and out as they enter and exit the jobsite – and managers don’t have to spend time monitoring mobile employees.
Dashboards that empower managers.
With an all-in-one dashboard, frontline managers and admins can oversee critical workforce and productivity tasks. It’s easier than ever to monitor their teams’ daily trends and quickly act on time and absence issues.
“Workday gives managers more insight into their teams to make better decisions and to plan ahead.”
Give workers the tools that work for them.
To function at their best, your people need a system that delivers all the functions they need. With Workday, you can provide exactly that.
Voice-activated time-off requests.
Full view of schedules, time balances and pay.
Accurate, compliant payroll – every time.
Now managers can review and approve time for an entire team at once. Plus, our employee time tracking software automatically highlights exceptions, making it easy to zero in for a closer look.
Understand global workforce costs at a glance.
See what’s happening with your global workforce and plan more accurately. With Workday, you can analyse global workforce trends and dig into root causes – all in a single view.
“Workday understood the tremendous value of simplifying time and attendance tracking for our global managers.”