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The History of Time and Attendance

How has time and attendance changed? What are the pertinent laws with regards to monitoring time and attendance. The increase in remote working is blurring lines between home and worklife - make sure your business is protected and can prove your team's working hours.

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Road haulage is an essential part of the fabric of the UK, supplying goods to people and businesses. Haulage is a highly competitive marketplace but a low-margin business. It is a service-driven industry, responding to fluctuating customer demand. The industry today is strongly IT-led, with most operators working within a tightly regulated licensing regime that actively promotes road safety compliance.

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The global biometrics market is growing at a rapid pace. Diverse worldwide needs for increased security to combat rising instances of security breaches, identity theft and data hacking are driving business to seek out authentication technologies that are reliable and difficult to fake

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Tailgating is one of the most common security breach methods. It starts out innocently, an employee opening a door and holding it open for others, visitors without badges or the passive acceptance of an un-uniformed worker. The problem with these lax situations is that they open your business to undocumented and unauthorised entry by individuals who could intend harm to your property and occupants.

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Biometrics is big business but not all biometric authentication systems work as well as others. One of the most key factors in the success of a biometric system is its accuracy. This is a measure of how well the system can correctly match the biometric information from the same person and avoid falsely matching biometric information from different people. Read on to find out more as we demystify acceptance rates and failure rates.

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The hotel industry is one of the most important segments of the accommodation sector in the United Kingdom. In 2015 hotel enterprises generated a total revenue of £17.4 billion, contributing the most value to the UK economy compared to other accommodation services. London is a key market for the hotel sector and has one of the highest occupancy rates compared with other major European city destinations. How can biometrics help hospitality businesses to become more efficient and secure?