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Xero introduces start and finish times
Xero always has its ear to the ground when it comes to their community of small businesses across Australia. They know what their clients need and Xero Me is their latest app that aims to satisfy a highly requested need – electronic timesheets with start and finish times. This new feature will allow small business owners to easily manage employee shift patterns, hours worked and absences.
The Xero Me app will also include an ESS (Employee Self Service) portal for employees to log in and view their own payslips, request leave and submit expenses. This will free up valuable time for small business owners so they can focus on other areas of their business. Xero is continuing to build out their suite of products to meet the needs of the small business community and Xero Me is another example of this commitment.
“This new Xero Me feature is fast, easy to use and seamlessly connected with Xero Payroll. You’ll not only have visibility of the start, end and unpaid break times entered by employees, but you’ll also be able to easily view any employee notes added to time entries, for easy communication.”
Typically, this functionality has only been made available via ESS platforms or specific Time and Attendance platforms which may not suit smaller businesses.
Xero is a cloud-based accounting software that provides small businesses with a simple way to manage their finances. oNesto integrates directly into Xero, providing access to oNesto’s suite of products. The integration takes less than 10 minutes, and Xero users can take advantage of oNesto’s Rewards and Recognition program. With oNesto, Xero subscribers can get the most out of their accounting software by using oNesto’s products to provide staff with something big! oNesto’s Xero integration is the easiest way to get started with oNesto’s products.
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