Time and Attendance Systems Durban
Time and attendance software is used by companies and company human resource departments to time-track employee’s work attendance. Time and attendance systems integrate with payroll software or payroll services providers to track all employee attendance hours at the workplace. Ultrasafe supplies time and attendance software in Durban.
Time Management Tools for Employees Durban
Time management software is an effective employee attendance tracking system that helps your company stay organized. Time management tools keep teams on track with clear task management software. Time management tools organize tasks and create accountability. Ultrasafe is a supplier of time management tools in Durban, South Africa.
Clock in Work Systems and Software Durban
Clock in work systems and software for employees, managers, job cards, job codes, and business rules are created and maintained. Tools are available to manage hours and leave requests, generate a report, determine job code status, and total hours for the day or week to prevent unnecessary overtime, send employee messages. Ultrasafe are suppliers of the clock in work systems and software in Durban
Clock-in Work Time Tracker Company in Durban
A clock-in a work time tracker provides employers and employees with a degree of accuracy when measuring payroll hours; however, it reinforces a dynamic that can stifle creativity and lead workers to count the hours until it is time to go home. Ultrasafe is a Clock-in Work Time Tracker Company in Durban. Ultrasafe are suppliers of clock-in work time tracking equipment for the workplace in Durban, South Africa.
Time clocks Durban
A time clock, sometimes known as a clock card machine or punch clock or time recorder, is a device that records start and end times for hourly employees (or those on flexi-time) at a place of business.
In mechanical time clocks, this was accomplished by inserting a heavy paper card, called a time card, into a slot on the time clock. When the time card hit a contact at the rear of the slot, the machine would print day and time information (a timestamp) on the card. One or more time cards could serve as a timesheet or provide the data to fill one. This allowed a timekeeper to have an official record of the hours an employee worked to calculate the payment owed to an employee. Ultrasafe in Durban supply and sell time clocks and clock card machines.
Fingerprint scanner Durban
A fingerprint scanner scans a worker’s fingerprints to verify an employee’s identity by their unique fingerprint. Ultrasafe in Durban are suppliers of fingerprint scanners. Fingerprint scanners are security systems of biometrics. They are used in police stations, security industries, smartphones, and other mobile devices.
Fingerprint Scanner Biometrics
Fingerprint scanner biometrics are automated methods of recognizing a person. Fingerprint scanner biometrics are used in the workplace to identify an employee by their unique fingerprint. Ultrasafe are suppliers of fingerprint scanner biometric equipment in Durban.
Face Recognition Durban
A facial recognition system is a technology capable of matching a human face from a digital image or a video frame against a database of faces, typically employed to authenticate users through ID verification services, works by pinpointing and measuring facial features from a given image. Ultrasafe in Durban supplies face recognition equipment and software. A facial recognition system is a technology capable of matching a human face from a digital image or a video frame against a database of faces, typically employed to authenticate users through ID verification services, works by pinpointing and measuring facial features from a given image.
While initially a form of computer application, facial recognition systems have seen wider uses in recent times on smartphones and other forms of technology, such as robotics. Because computerized facial recognition involves the measurement of a human’s physiological characteristics facial recognition systems are categorized as biometrics. Although the accuracy of facial recognition systems as biometric technology is lower than iris recognition and fingerprint recognition, it is widely adopted due to its contactless process. Facial recognition systems have been deployed in advanced human-computer interaction, video surveillance, and automatic indexing of images. Facial recognition technology is being used by enforcement agencies, allowing surveillance images to identify suspects by matching their social media profiles.
Ultrasafe is a supplier of facial recognition equipment and software in Durban, South Africa.
Time management and attendance systems Durban
Ultrasafe supplies the best time management and attendance systems for businesses in Durban. Made for daily use and designed for practicality, our employee time management, and attendance systems ensure that business owners have an up-to-date record of their employees arriving and departing from the workplace each day. Ultrasafe employee time and attendance systems are the best way to ensure that all your employees are exactly where they are when they are scheduled to be. Make the right choice for your workplace with our superior time attendance machines.
Timekeeping system Durban
A timekeeping system is a machine, or system, that manages and records employee time. Generally, a digital input device or punch card system requires employees to manually input the time they arrived at work and the time they departed for complete oversight. Ultrasafe is a timekeeping system supplier in Durban
Time and attendance software Durban
Time and attendance systems (TNA) are used to track and monitor when employees start and stop work. A time and attendance system enables employers to monitor their employees’ working hours and late arrivals, early departures, time taken on breaks, and absenteeism. It also helps to control labor costs by reducing over-payments, which are often caused by paying employees for time that is not working and eliminates transcription error, interpretation error, an intentional error. TNA systems can also be used to ensure compliance with labor regulations regarding proof of attendance. Ultrasafe in Durban are stockists and dealers in time and attendance software.
Digital Clock Card Machines Durban
Digital clock card machines are clocking in systems, a time-clock creates a physical, indisputable record of when an employee clocked in and out of work on any particular day. It can be used to calculate an accurate payroll which, in turn, can lead to an accurate amount the business spent on labor.
Ultrasafe supplies digital clock card machines in Durban and clocking-in systems for businesses in Durban. Clocking in machines, and time and date stamping machines to assist you in tracking hours worked by your workforce or simply tracking projects.
Digital clock card machines print and stamp a date and time information on a clock card or time card.
Best time attendance software Durban
Time and attendance systems in Durban are used to track and monitor when employees start and stop work at Durban-based companies. A time and attendance system enables employers to monitor their employees’ working hours and late arrivals, early departures, time taken on breaks, and absenteeism. Ultrasafe is a supplier of time and attendance systems in Durban.
Durban, a coastal city in eastern South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province, is known for its African, Indian and colonial influences. Refurbished for soccer’s 2010 World Cup, the seafront promenade runs from uShaka Marine World, a huge theme park with an aquarium, to the futuristic Moses Mabhida Stadium. The Durban Botanical Gardens showcases African plant species.
Tree – oldest in Durban
220 Gladys Mazibuko Rd, Essenwood, Berea, 4001
Durban Botanic Gardens
The Durban Botanic Gardens is situated in the heart of the Berea, on the east coast of KwaZulu-Natal. This 15-hectare botanic garden was established in 1849 and is Africa’s oldest surviving botanic garden and the City’s oldest public institution.
The Durban Botanic Gardens curates major collections such as cycads, palms, and orchids, and, in the true tradition of botanic gardens, are really several gardens within one.
The indigenous and exotic nature of the collections promotes a very rich teaching and learning garden, to better understand the world of plants, for everyone from school level to university, interested amateurs to professionals. Plants ‘weird and wonderful, from the remarkable ones that feed us, clothe or house us to those that simply inspire us and stretch our imaginations, are all landmarks to be marveled at in the Durban Botanic Gardens.
9A John Zikhali Rd, Berea, Durban, 4001
uShaka Sea World Aquarium
Vibrant marine life center with dolphin & seal shows, shark-tank dives & many other activities.
St Paul’s Anglican Church
The parish of St Paul’s falls under the Anglican Church of Southern Africa; it was established on 11 June 1849. The first proper service was held on 1 April 1855.
The bells were dedicated in 1921. The parish is located in the province of KwaZulu Natal, under the Diocese of Natal, it falls within the eThekweni Central Archdeaconry.
The church is named after St Paul, an important missionary and leader in the early church and writer of much of the New Testament. The parish building is one of the oldest in the city and has significant heritage value; it is a building that has attracted tourists over the years.
Some of the distinctive features of the church include the architectural style of the building and various stained glass windows.
Things to do In Durban
hit the Beach
Durban is famous for its beaches, both in the city center and the suburbs. Grab a good book and a towel and spend the day working on your tan; or kick things up a notch with an early morning kitesurfing session. uShaka Beach is famous for its sandcastle artists, who create photo-worthy masterpieces for passing tourists. Northern Umdloti Beach is a good bet for families in search of safe swimming, or nature-lovers hoping to catch sight of migrating humpback whales in winter. North Beach is a bodyboarding hotspot. Durban is also convenient for exploring the more secluded beaches of the South Coast.
At almost any time of day or night, you’ll see surfers of all abilities paddling out to the backline on Durban’s beaches. This is one of South Africa’s top surf spots – whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned pro. For entry-level waves, head to uShaka Beach and Vetch’s Pier. For the more experienced, the best waves are found north of the Golden Mile at North Beach, Bay of Plenty, and Dairy Beach. South of the city center, top surf spots include Ansteys Beach and Cove Rock. Be respectful of other surfers and wait your turn, though – Durban locals are notoriously intolerant of visitors dropping in on their waves.
Visit uShaka Marine World
Located at the southern end of Durban’s Golden Mile, uShaka Marine World is the city’s top-rated tourist attraction. The vast complex incorporates several different zones, including a reptile house, a rope adventure park, and the Village Walk, an open-air shopping and dining destination. The two main attractions, however, are the aquarium and the water park. The former gives you the opportunity to admire South Africa’s diverse marine life up close – including ragged-tooth sharks, African penguins and green turtles. The water park is the ideal choice for a fun family day out, with water slides, splash pools and supertubes.
Go Swimming With Sharks
For an even closer shark encounter, consider taking a 40-minute drive south of Durban to the tiny coastal town of Umkomaas. Umkomaas is the gateway to Aliwal Shoal, an offshore reef system known as one of the best places in the world to dive with sharks. Several scuba diving centers offer baited shark dives, using chum to attract oceanic blacktip sharks, bull sharks and tiger sharks (in season). Sightings are almost guaranteed, and if you don’t have your scuba license, don’t worry – operators like Aliwal Shoal Scuba offer shark snorkeling and even shark cage diving for those that require a little extra peace of mind.
Hotels in Durban
Summerhill Estate Culinary Retreat
Summerhill Boutique Hotel – a culinary retreat with unpretentious vibes overlooking Durban and the Indian Ocean. Established in 1997 by Christine Richter, Summerhill has successfully accomplished a combination of casual ambiance paired with professionalism in hospitality, Family owned and run The LivingRoom @ Summerhill Estate supper club showcases Durban’s culinary diversity at an internationally recognized level. Top 20 Mercedes Benz Eat Out Awards 2019, coming in at number 13 in the country. Logistical strength: Nestled between Westville and Pinetown, we are in the center of M7, M13, M19, N2, and N3. Secure: CCTV on- and off-site monitoring, special access gate, and night guard
“Home away from Home”A warm welcome awaits you at The Benjamin located a 5-minute drive from Durban Beaches and in the heart of the vibrant entertainment strip in Florida Road. The hotel features gardens with an outdoor pool and a shaded terrace. Free parking is available on site. The Benjamin and offers free WI-FI.41 rooms where no two rooms are the same open onto balconies and gardens. The cozy rooms offer air conditioning, tea, coffee making facilities, hairdryers, Satellite TV, and work desks in all rooms. Overlooking the garden and pool, Benjamin’s breakfast is served in our open glassed conservatory-style restaurant and offers a fresh continental breakfast buffet and plated hot breakfasts. Walk out of the Hotel into the restaurant road of Durban and enjoy your dinners and lunches in some of Durban’s famous restaurants. The Moses Mabhida Stadium, The Rugby Stadium, Suncoast Casino, and Durban ICC are within 5km by car from The Benjamin.
Gateway Theatre Of Shopping
Gateway Theatre of Shopping is the ultimate fashion, entertainment, and dining destination in Durban. With over 430+ stores, 70 eateries, and a host of exciting entertainment, visitors are spoilt for choice!
At Gateway you will find local South African retail, popular international brands such as Zara, Forever New, Cotton On, Superdry, Gant, and everything in between.
Airport in Durban
King Shaka International Airport
Built for the 2010 World Cup, this airport serves both international and domestic destinations.
King Shaka Dr, La Mercy, 4407
Public transport in Durban
6 Durban Club Pl, Durban Central, Durban, 4001
9 Ivanhoe Farm, Durban, 4000
30 Ingcuce Rd, Durban Central, Durban, 4001
Directions to Ultrasafe, Office 3-5, 7 Shannon DriveReservoir Hills, Durban4091
eThekwini Municipality Community Hall
E1139, Ntombela Rd, Kwa-Mashu, 4360
Get on N3 in Greyville, Berea from M4
5 min (2.7 km)
Head east on West St toward Samora Machel St
Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Samora Machel St
Turn left onto Bram Fischer Rd/M4
Continue to follow M4
Keep right to continue on David Webster St/M4/R102
Use any lane to merge onto N3 via the ramp to Pietermaritzburg
Continue on N3. Take N2 to M19 in Durban. Take exit 170 from N2
8 min (10.1 km)
Merge onto N3
Keep right to stay on N3
At the interchange 165-E B Cloete, Use the left 2 lanes to follow signs for N2 toward Stanger
Use the left lane to take exit 170 for M19/Umgeni Road toward M21/Inanda Road/Durban
Keep left at the fork to continue toward M19
Keep left at the fork and merge onto M19
Continue on M19 to your destination in Reservoir Hills
7 min (5.1 km)
Merge onto M19
Use the middle lane to take the exit toward Quarry Rd
Turn right onto Quarry Rd
Continue onto Mountbatten Dr
Turn right onto Shannon Dr
Destination will be on the right
Office 3, 5, 7 Shannon Dr, Reservoir Hills, Durban, 4091