Not long ago, very few agencies would have used biometric fingerprint readers in day programs, let alone group homes. Today, all that has changed. The current range of biometric fingerprint readers are affordable, deliver a quick return-on-investment, are suitable for use in three- to four-bed group homes, and have many advantages over other time and attendance methods, such as a PCs and telephone timekeeping.
These interviews will help you learn more about the pros and cons, implementation challenges, and the many benefits of biometrics based on how other providers are currently using them. Hear the responses from managers and administrators, as well as employees about the enrollment and training processes for biometrics that they have gone through.