1. Introduction

Employee attendance is one of the most important aspects of human resource management. It is essential to monitor employee attendance in order to ensure that employees are complying with the company’s policies and regulations. Automated employee attendance system, such as attendance apps, have been developed to make this task easier and more efficient. This case study will investigate the impact of automated employee attendance on employee performance.

  1. Definition of Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management (HRM) is a field of study that focuses on the management of employees in an organization. It involves the recruitment, selection, training, and development of employees. HRM also focuses on the management of employee relations, compensation, and benefits, as well as the development of policies and procedures.

  1. Definition of Automated Employee Attendance

Automated employee attendance is an electronic system that is used to track employee attendance. This system typically includes an attendance app that allows employees to check in and out of work, as well as a system that records and stores employee attendance data.

  1. Problem Statement

This case study will investigate the impact of automated employee attendance on employee performance. Specifically, the study will examine whether automated employee attendance systems improve employee performance, and if so, to what extent.

  1. Research Questions

The following research questions will be addressed in this case study:

  • How does automated employee attendance affect employee performance?
  • What are the potential benefits of using an automated employee attendance system?
  • Are there any potential drawbacks to using an automated employee attendance system?
  1. Literature Review

The literature review will explore the existing research on automated employee attendance systems and their impact on employee performance. Overall, the literature indicates that automated employee attendance app can improve employee performance by providing employers with improved visibility into employee attendance, reducing errors associated with manual attendance tracking, and increasing employee accountability.

  1. Methodology

This case study will use a mixed-methods approach to investigate the impact of automated employee attendance on employee performance. Specifically, the study will include both qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis. Qualitative data will be collected through interviews with employees and managers, while quantitative data will be collected through surveys and attendance records.

  1. Data Collection

Data for this case study will be collected through a variety of methods. Qualitative data will be collected through interviews with employees and managers. Quantitative data will be collected through surveys and attendance records.

  1. Data Analysis

The data collected for this case study will be analyzed using both qualitative and quantitative methods. Qualitative data will be analyzed using thematic analysis. Quantitative data will be analyzed using descriptive statistics.

  1. Results

The results of the case study indicate that automated employee attendance systems can improve employee performance by providing employers with improved visibility into employee attendance, reducing errors associated with manual attendance tracking, and increasing employee accountability.

  1. Discussion

The results of the case study suggest that automated employee attendance app can have a positive impact on employee performance. However, it is important to note that the effectiveness of automated employee attendance systems can vary based on a variety of factors, such as the size of the organization, the type of attendance system used, and the level of employee engagement.

  1. Conclusion

This case study investigated the impact of automated employee attendance on employee performance. The results indicate that automated employee attendance systems can improve employee performance by providing employers with improved visibility into employee attendance, reducing errors associated with manual attendance tracking, and increasing employee accountability.

  1. Recommendations

Based on the results of this case study, it is recommended that organizations consider implementing automated employee attendance systems. It is also recommended that organizations carefully evaluate the system they choose to ensure that it is the most effective for their specific needs. Additionally, organizations should ensure that employees are properly trained on the system and that they are adequately engaged in the process.