For large offices with a lot of employees, biometric time clocks can be very helpful. These clocks are very efficient at marking employees' attendance. Many business owners choose to install time clocks because manual attendance can be a time-consuming process. 

They work with efficient software that can identify employees using various methods. It is very fast and does not require any manual supervision. The system is extremely easy to use, so any problems are unlikely. There are two main types of biometric clocks. 

These are the fingerprint time clocks as well as hand punch clocks. Both have many similarities and differences, which are discussed below:

These clocks can be used in different ways. Fingerprint time clocks use an employee's fingerprint to identify themselves. 

Because fingerprints are unique to each person, it is an effective method of identifying employees. It also ensures that no one else can mark attendance for another employee. 

Although the software used by these clocks is different, there are many similarities. One is that they are both equally effective. Each type can be trusted, as neither fingerprints nor hands are identical. Therefore, fraud is unlikely to occur. 

Both types of biometric clocks perform equally well when paired with other devices. They can be paired with access control systems. This system makes sure that the employee is present in the office, and not visiting to record attendance. 

Although there are differences between the clocks, both are equally efficient. Your personal preference will determine which clock you prefer.