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West Midlands Care Home goes ‘Hands On’

Swallows Meadow Court  explain the benefits of using Bodet's handscan clocking in system

Handscan-clocking-solihull-careSwallows Meadow Court, a residential care home with Nursing in the West Midlands employing over 120 staff, has installed an automated biometric time and attendance system which is designed not only to ensure accurate and reliable data for payroll and management planning, but to save time for all staff.

Payroll administrator Marion Vickers commented, “We provide round the clock care so we operate a 24 hour shift system, and obtaining accurate time and attendance data was always a problem with paper-based time sheets. It took us hours every month checking for errors or exaggerated claims, correlate the times with each shift and then manually enter the data for payroll. Even then we couldn’t be certain the data was accurate.”

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Bodet is pleased to announce the launch of its Harmonys range

Harmonys is a range of audio equipment used to emit programmed bell sounds, make public announcements and activate emergency alerts.

The Harmonys range can be used in schools, manufacturing, food production and sports and leisure centres. The Harmonys range communicates with the IP computer network which offers a number of benefits:

  • Simple installation: use of the existing computer network
  • POE supply: simple cabling
  • Quick and easy configuration of equipment via Bodet’s Sigma software

The Harmonys range can be used to:

  • Create zones with different breaktimes, announcements and melodies
  • Set up or schedules with a click of a mouse
  • Customise your own recordings for events such as evacuation
  • Broadcast messages via a microphone
  • Link the bells to one of Bodet's wireless clock systems

If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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UK Sports centre scores with Bodet's biometric attendance system

Writhlington Sports and Leisure Centre installed a biometric time and attendance system

Writhlington sport centre logo

Writhlington Sports and Leisure has made paper-based timesheets redundant by installing a new Bodet time and attendance system that incorporates digital fingerprint scanners. The new biometric system means clocking in and out is now totally automated saving time for staff at every level.

Based at Writhlington School in Radstock, Writhlington Sports and Leisure is a community based facility providing a diverse range of Sports and Leisure activities for the local communities and surrounding areas in North East Somerset. With a broad range of facilities for adults and children including a fitness suite, an activity centre, and facilities for badminton, tennis, cricket and football, the Sports Centre employs over 70 part and full time staff.

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Bodet exhibited at the NASBM annual conference in Birmingham

Showing the benefits of synchronised clock and class change systems for schools

NASBMThe National Association of School Business Management National Conference is one of the only two-day event solely dedicated to the school business management professional, where all content is tailored specifically to the audience, including national networking opportunities, high quality keynote speakers, interactive workshops, policy direction and practical tools to take back to your school.

Bodet exhibited at this year's conference which took place at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole on Wednesday 19 and Thursday 20 November 2014. 

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Informing Care Homes about the benefits of Time and Attendance Systems

Care Home managers show their interest in Bodet's workforce management solutions during the Care Show in Birmingham

care show birmingham

Bodet exhibited at the Care Show which took place on the 4th and 5th of November in the NEC, Birmingham. The next Care Show will be held on the 25th and 26th March 2015 in Bournemouth.

Care Home managers discovered how Bodet's time and attendance systems can help them managing their workforce by improving visibility, flexbility and efficiency. Indeed, Bodet systems are used in many care homes across UK, please visit our Time and attendance systems for Care Homes webpage to discover Care Homes testimonials.


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Bodet will exhibit at the Care Show in Birmingham

Discover the benefits of Bodet's Time and Attendance Systems for Care Homes

care show birminghamThe Care Show is the UK's largest care event. It brings together the care community: those who care for the wellbeing of older people and those who can help Care Homes to provide the best support. It will take place at the NEC Birmingham on the 4th and 5th November 2014.

Bodet provides Care Homes with specific Time and Attendance Solutions to manage employees efficiently. We will be pleased to discuss your specific requirements during the show on the stand 3AH56.

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Bodet demonstrated the benefits of synchronised time at the Solihull Bursar Group annual conference

Synchronised Clock and Class Change Systems for schools

class change system for schoolThe joint annual conference of Solihull and North Warwickshire School Business Managers Groups was held at the National Motorcycle Museum of Birmingham on Friday 3rd October 2014. Bodet provided School Bursars with information on how Bodet's clock and class change systems can enable schools to improve punctuality and increase learning time.

Please contact us to see how Bodet's Clock and Class Change System can help to improve punctuality and increase learning time in your school.

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Biometric clocking in system installed at historic English hotel

Bodet's biometric fingerprint clocking terminals have been deployed at Stapleford Park Hotel

stapleford-park-hotelThe historic Stapleford Park Country House Hotel and Sporting Estate in Leicestershire has just installed biometric fingerprint terminals to provide accurate real-time staff attendance data for the HR and payroll teams.

Like many hospitality venues, Stapleford Park employs a diverse range of personnel including casual and agency staff, and ensuring accurate, reliable time and attendance data can be a problem. Even if staff remember to complete and return paper-based time sheets, they can be prone to accidental errors and false entries are not unknown.

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How schools can improve teaching efficiency?

The Education magazine has published an article explaining the benefits of Bodet's clock and class change systems in schools.

Education magazine

An article discussing the subject of "How to improve teaching efficiency in schools?" has been recently released in several education publications including the last issue of the Education Magazine and the Independent Education Today. It includes testimonials of school bursars who are using Bodet's clock and class change systems. According to the schools, the benefits include increasing learning time, avoiding disruption, creating tailored alerts and reducing costs.

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UGO Foods improves efficiency with Bodet's biometric clocking system

Installation of a biometric time and attendance system for food manufacturer UGO Foods

UGO foods logoUGO Foods employs over 100 production staff and operates a broad range of shifts as the company operates around the clock to supply retailers like Waitrose and John Lewis Food Halls.

The company decided on implementing Bodet’s biometric time and attendance system because its handscan terminals are easy to use and it is able to record reliable time and attendance information : “The staff took to the new system quickly as it was very easy for them to use,” said Samantha Hatton, HR manager of UGO Foods. “They simply place their hands on the scanner as they arrive or leave and the scanner captures the handprint which is compared against a stored profile to identify them.”

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