New! Group Activity Service Documentation

Now agencies can get it all – time and attendance, billing, and documentation – all in one, affordable, integrated workforce management solution.

Group Activity Service Documentation can be used in day, vocational, residential, and other programs to track client attendance, services provided, and tasks accomplished.

  • Eliminate paper case progress notes
  • Eliminate data entry
  • Use PC, tablet, smartphone, or any web-enabled device
  • Create user-defined prompts for each client
  • Use Y/N or numeric responses
  • Generate reports documenting services provided to client
  • Generate missing documentation alerts
  • Minimize risk and quickly comply with audit requests

Individual Activity Service Documentation also available for in-home, supported living, and consumer, family-directed, and independent living programs. Use telephone, cell, or smartphone.

Learn more about how agencies can eliminate the costs and risks of paper or ineffective generic systems.

Now agencies can get it all – time and attendance, billing, and documentation – all in one, affordable, integrated workforce management solution.

Are You Encouraging Absenteeism?

Organizations with an effective, real-time, time and attendance system report a lower rate of absenteeism, no-shows, late arrivals and early departures than organizations dependent on paper timesheets or an honor system such as online timesheets.

Organizations using a real-time, time and attendance solution, suffer less from unscheduled absenteeism and particularly from employees showing up late or leaving early. This in turn tends to lower payroll costs by reducing overtime for staff forced to provide coverage outside their usual schedule and/or improve levels of customer service.

When combined with an advanced employee scheduling system that allows managers to:

  • Approve timesheets against schedule
  • Spot overlapping shifts and unauthorized attendance
  • Easily identify frequent absenteeism offenders
  • Fill open positions using searches that avoid employees already in overtime