You might not think you have anything to hide, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t enjoy the benefits of online privacy. Some of these recommendations are a real hassle to live with — I’m well aware. It’s a lot easier to shove your fingers in your ears, and pretend like the NSA and your ISP aren’t watching every move you make. But what you browse is your business, and your business alone. Now is the time to stand up for yourself, and take back your privacy.
Eat n Go, one of the leading restaurants in Nigeria dedicated with bringing good service delivery to her customers deploys TAMS HRM solution to enhance efficiency and productivity amongst member staff.
TAMS will remotely manage employee’s time attendance, payroll management/salary processing, shift and leave management as well as other human resources needs.
Furthermore, the salary processing enables direct remittance on salaries and other allowances, thus eliminating the burden of moving cash and facilitating compliance to the CBN’s cashless policy.
TAMS’ time-tested attendance, HRM, payroll and related functionalities enjoy acclaim across different sectors and business sizes as it saves organizations the burden of time theft, loss of productivity and
As we in TAMS, we are building our reputation on your satisfaction.
Mr. Hyginus Ibeneme owns a thriving business. His profit margin looked good in spite of the lackadaisical attitude of his staff, so he felt he didn’t need to be bothered. That was until he hired an external auditor who revealed he was actually losing so much due to factors he failed to pay attention to like employee punctuality, on-time delivery and completion of tasks.
In true business sense, a place of work- be it an office, factory or any other organization- is not just a set up where people get paid for their presence for a few hours. Salaries and wages are rewards for work done and the amount of work completed reflects employees’ productivity. Ultimately, the level of employees’ productivity in any organization is largely responsible for the profit making ability of the organization and its survival in the long run.
It is the responsibility of the entrepreneur or manager to find the most effective ways of getting the best out of the workforce beyond recruiting the best and most qualified people for the task at hand. To enhance employee productivity and performance, however, a number of factors have to be considered. One of such is putting an objective and fair system of determining who was at work or their duty post and who did their jobs on time.
Most companies today are looking for any break they can find to cut costs and boost profits. Salary cuts, expense cuts and staff rationalization are some of the most popular tactics. Interestingly, an overlooked but highly effective method is tracking time and attendance. It plugs the gaps that are easily taken advantage of by employees.
Avoid common scams encountered on malicious web sites and those sent through fraudulent e-mails (known as “phishing”) such as:
Any email asking you to confirm your user name or password or to update your credit card information
General merchandise sales
Foreign money offers and transfers
Internet access services
Information audit services
Advanced free loans
Credit card offers
Spot imposters. Scammers often pretend to be someone you trust, like a government official, a family member, a charity, or a company you do business with. Don’t send money or give out personal information in response to an unexpected request — whether it comes as a text, a phone call, or an email.
Do online searches. Type a company or product name into your favorite search engine with words like “review,” “complaint” or “scam.” Or search for a phrase that describes your situation, like “IRS call.” You can even search for phone numbers to see if other people have reported them as scams.
Don’t believe your caller ID. Technology makes it easy for scammers to fake caller ID information, so the name and number you see aren’t always real. If someone calls asking for money or personal information, hang up. If you think the caller might be telling the truth, call back to a number you know is genuine.
Don’t pay upfront for a promise. Someone might ask you to pay in advance for things like debt relief, credit and loan offers, mortgage assistance, or a job. They might even say you’ve won a prize, but first you have to pay taxes or fees. If you do, they will probably take the money and disappear.
Consider how you pay. Credit cards have significant fraud protection built in, but some payment methods don’t. Wiring money through services like Western Union or MoneyGram is risky because it’s nearly impossible to get your money back. That’s also true for reloadable cards like MoneyPak, Reloadit or Vanilla. Government offices and honest companies won’t require you to use these payment methods.
The HR Manager of Spectacular Resources, Mrs. Abigail Olu-Johnson, like many other human resource managers, is inundated with a variety of documents, files and correspondences due to the nature of her job. Salaries must be paid as and when due. Medical contingencies and sick leave have to be given urgent attention. Trainings and staff development must not be ignored. Indeed, her workload is heavy.
Although she has a team of five associates and administrative staff, she still struggles to meet deadlines or get meaningful work done before the hustle and bustle of end of month rituals. Then technology came to her rescue.
Technology has made it easier for Mrs. Olu-Johnson and other forward-looking human resource managers to move from archaic and burdensome methods of attending to issues to using technology to organize and deliver service in a timely manner.
Without a doubt, organizations of all sizes are faced with the challenge of managing employee attendance, payroll remittance, statutory pension and other deductions, among many others, but with the use of technology, errors associated with such tasks have become a thing of the past.
The award-winning TAMS human resource management technology helps to manage your employees from recruitment to retirement with, among others:
Here are some helpful tips you should know when planning, purchasing and implementing an access control system:
Establish an in-house consulting team to help determine your access control system requirements. It is important to implement a system that meets the demands of your building occupants and matches your corporate culture without sacrificing security. If the system is too restrictive or too technical and complicated, it is more likely to be compromised or misused by the very people it was designed to protect. By considering input from various department personnel in the decision making process, it will increase your chances of implementing a system that will benefit everyone’s safety and security. Your security consultant should listen carefully to your consulting team and provide expert advice on how to address their security needs.
Allow for future requirements and changes in technology. By simply replacing your current system with an updated one, you may be missing the opportunity to re-evaluate your facility’s security needs and overlooking better technology to meet them. There are many new components with the technology to work with both older and newer access devices and cards, providing cost savings and greater flexibility. It is important to know that access card technology is constantly changing and evolving, replacing bar code and magnetic strip technology with smart cards and near field communication devices. So when considering an upgrade, you will want to install an access reader that is compatible with these emerging technologies.
Be sure to plan for and comply with building codes. Failure to comply with building codes can be a major cause for project delays and cost overruns. Fire codes usually require that access control systems be compatible with life safety automation systems, like fire alarms and emergency exits. If these code requirements are not planned for early in the design process, it can have a devastating impact on the budget and schedule to try to meet them later on in the installation process.
Choose compatible hardware and software technology. There are a number of access control devices on the market today. Since most access control devices rely on your network to transmit data, it is important to select one that is compatible with your current IT infrastructure. Take the time to review system requirements and test the equipment to be sure it is compatible and doesn’t strain your network capacity. If you don’t have an in-house IT professional, it is a good idea to seek the advice of an IT expert to help you make these determinations.
Don’t bite off more than you can chew. Relying on your facility manager alone to oversee the design and installation of an access control system may overburden them with the added responsibilities, especially if that person has limited knowledge of the complex technical components required to complete the project. To ensure the job goes smoothly with fewer delays and mistakes, it is best to hire an expert consultant to manage the project and keep the facility manager updated on a regular basis. This investment can save you thousands of dollars in the long run.
Regularly monitor, test and maintain your access control system. Once an access control system is installed, the work doesn’t end there. Because almost every access control system is subjected to human contact on a daily basis and sometimes exposed to the elements, it will degrade over time. To ensure a properly working system requires regular testing and maintenance. Proper system maintenance will decrease liability risks and reduce future repair costs.
At the top right click on the Chrome Menu on the browser toolbar.
Click Show Advanced Settings.
In the “Network” Section, click Change Proxy Settings. This will open the Internet Properties
Under “Local Area Network (LAN) settings”, click on LAN settings.
Under “Automatic configuration”, uncheck automatically detect settings.
Then Click OK.
If your office connects to the Internet through a corporate network, you need to assign Windows a proxy server for outgoing connections. The proxy server acts as a buffer between your local machines and the Web, storing data content from pages you often access and blocking unwanted content such as malware. If you plan to stop using your corporate network, you no longer need connect to the Internet through a proxy. Disable proxy settings on Google Chrome by disabling your general Windows proxy settings.
Crescent Schools is one of the fastest growing schools in the city. In an effort to improve students’ performance and participation in all academic and extracurricular activities, the management realized that merely marking registers would not suffice for the growing student population. So, they decided to deploy TAMS EDU, a bespoke biometric attendance solution for the educational sector.
TAMS EDU helps to instill a culture of timeliness in students from a young age by making sure they are in school on time while also helping to ascertain which students are not in school to ensure prompt follow-up.
The technology is easy to use. First, students are enrolled on the system with their fingerprints. The entire enrollment process takes as little as a minute or two per student. When students arrive in the morning, each places a finger on the biometric device sensor to verify his or her identity. A time stamp is saved on the fingerprint reader and automatically sent to the cloud running the attendance software. The software gathers the attendance data from the fingerprint readers in real time, across one or more locations, and saves it in a database.
This allows administrators to see at a moment’s notice if a student has signed in for the day and whether he or she was on time or not. The purpose is to provide immediate information about which students are in school and those who are not so that staff can immediately follow-up with their parents or guardians.
TAMS EDU also works for transportation and logistics of students where school administrators and bus operators are provided with real-time data of students boarding and disembarking from school buses. This function also ensures that parents are notified via SMS that their ward has arrived safely.
Other features on the solution include school database management for students and staff as well as examination screening to eliminate malpractices.
Fidson Healthcare Plc is a leading pharmaceutical manufacturing company in Nigeria. Founded in 1995, we have relentlessly pursued our goal of becoming a leading player in the pharmaceutical landscape in Nigeria. Ever since, we have built and cultured an organizational framework that has steadily helped us gain ascendancy in the industry. We have crafted the pharmaceutical architecture of the industry over the years of our existence, playing very defining roles in the emergence of the new generation of industry players. Innovation, Excellence, Passion, Integrity and Ownership…are five core values that form the substructure on which we have built a world-class company that has earned the respect and admiration of even the fiercest of our competitors.
Our long standing certification as an NIS:ISO 9001:2008 is a good evidence of our high standards of processing and operations. We have left no stone unturned to ensure that our operations go well together with the best of practices globally.
Fidson Healthcare Plc joins an array of our Access Control clientele such as GTBank (nationwide), Lagos Court of Appeal, Kimberley Clark, Nigachem, 141 WorldWide, Systems Specs, I-Fitness amongst many others.