Early for work? PayrollHero now lets you sing to clock in

Phoebe Magdirila
12:35 pm on May 15, 2014


Philippine scheduling and attendance startup PayrollHero launched in 2012 with the aim of “optimizing work productivity with happiness”. Face clock-ins were its first take on tracking productivity – employees just look into their computer or phone camera to clock into work.

But to up the fun factor a notch, PayrollHero has launched a feature to let employees sing their way to work. Yes, sing.

The new feature, called Karaoke Clock-in, will play a sample of a song which employees can sing along to. The catch is, the singing feature will be limited to employees early for work, thus encouraging them to be on time.

(See: PayrollHero gets Krispy Kreme and more food stores onto its employee-tracking service)

For PayrollHero founder Stephen Jagger, apart from the fun factor, such developments are a good way to “be of more value to clients.”

The new feature will not incur additional charges, and PayrollHero is currently wait-listing interested companies.

Apart from the sing-along functionality, the PayrollHero team is always doing more product development based on employees’ wants and needs.

Editing by Paul Bischoff

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