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Question: We have 100 employees who switch workdays, take vacation leave, training, etc., and we’re having a hard time tracking them. Currently, we use a sign in sheet to update the record. We’d like to track employee leave via the computer and have everyone access it from his or her workstation. Can anyone suggest a good software program? — Jennifer Sparrow


Try using the calendar in Outlook 2003. We have a separate calendar set up for time-off that everyone can pull up on their computer. You can then click on any given day to see who is already scheduled to be off, or look at time-off history.

Kronos - workforce Management System

Yes, I agree with Kronos. Using Outlook to set up a shared Calendar is a great way to keep up with who is in or out of the office on any given day. Also, I'm not sure who does your payroll but we have a program in ADP that keeps track of employee leave (vacation, sick, jury duty, etc.). The program knows how many days are allowed (for vacation) and it will do the subtraction for you.

We use Microsoft SharePoint in our Company and everyone can go in and add thier vacation, and any appointments they may have during that month. Everyone has access to it and you can also set an alert everytime someone post and new item

I personally like Kronos and also TimeMatters.

Qquest time and attendence works well for our company for attendence, tracking leave and payroll.

Attendance Enterprise or Attendance on Demand are great time and attendendance products that can also track vacation, tardies.... or

Take a look at NexTrak Absence & Leave software.

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