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Likelihood to Recommend

ADP Enterprise eTIME

Well suited for situations in which individuals may be largely self-monitored and need to log irregular hours for company records. Also well suited for situations in which individuals may hold multiple positions within an organization.
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Deputy

I think Deputy is actually more full-featured than our small business needs, but we love the ease of use and reasonable pricing. The integration with our payroll provider is simple and accurate. For a large business or a service related business where there are many shifts, Deputy offers a lot of features that would be indispensable.
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Pros

  • Ability to clock hours without a physical time clock/punchcard -- great for jobs like tutoring, which may not have a central meeting location
  • Ability to clock hours for multiple positions in different departments across an organization -- one paycheck, even though I had multiple supervisors and different pay rates
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  • Easy timesheet entry and submittal
  • Easy export to payroll provider
  • Easy to copy and paste shifts when scheduling
  • Easy for employees to swap shifts or claim open shifts
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Cons

  • Browser compatibility - would be much more convenient if I could use eTime on the browser of my choice, rather than having to download a compatible browser that I won't use for anything else
  • User interface - Not very visually pleasing, hard to navigate, not intuitive.
  • Complicated/Lots of bureaucracy - difficult to address problems (with historical hours or incorrect pay rates) because the software was too complicated and inconvenient for my immediate supervisors to learn, so all issues for the entire college had to be directed through one individual in the administration. Also, while the ability to log hours for multiple positions on one timecard is convenient in some ways, it also makes these problems more difficult to sort out because it is difficult to retroactively identify which hours were logged for which positions (from a paper ADP pay stub, for example)
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  • We are still waiting for the ability to approve or deny leave requests from the mobile app. Currently it has to be done via desktop.
  • We’ve had a couple issues with push notifications but they have improved greatly.
  • The “require confirmation from employees” feature on messages doesn’t seem to work every time.
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ADP Enterprise eTIME10.0
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Already using product and I have been happy with the results.
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Usability

ADP Enterprise eTIME5.0
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In some ways, the flexibility of eTime makes it much more usable than some time card systems. I can log my own hours at my convenience (as long as it is during the pay period), and eTime sends me a reminder email 24 hours before the cut-off for each pay period. I can log hours for multiple positions using particular pay codes, although there is no way for me to save frequently used or "my" pay codes -- adding this feature would be a much-appreciated improvement to eTime's usability. Juggling multiple pay codes within the current system, however, is cumbersome. There can also be problems if an incorrect or overlapping hour is accidentally entered and saved -- certain fields turn red and are difficult to adjust, often requiring the help of a software administrator. Correcting other errors and entering historical hours is extremely difficult, and the software does not work well on some browsers (and it is unattractive when I have been able to get it to work)
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Alternatives Considered

I have not used other software like ADP eTime, and I did not have a choice in selecting eTime.
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Deputy was the simplest to train and use and the most efficient for our specific business needs. It was much easier to train on as we did demos of a lot of other tools as well as cheaper than many on the market right now. We were able to get reporting out of this tool as well which many did not have as a part of their softwares.
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Return on Investment

  • Since I was an employee using the software, rather than someone managing the software, I can't say how it compares to other possible solutions. As an individual user it was sometimes convenient and often frustrating, but I'm not sure whether this reflects the experience of my supervisors, the payroll administrator, and/or the College overall.
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  • Positive in that it has removed a lot of scheduling work from our paralegals' duties.
  • Positive in terms of cost, very cheap per employee to use.
  • Reporting tools are great.
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Pricing Details

ADP Enterprise eTIME

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Required
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ADP Enterprise eTIME Editions & Modules
ADP Enterprise eTIME
Edition
ADP Vantage HCM Time
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ADP Global Time and Labor Management
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ADP Workforce Now Enhanced Time
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ADP Vantage HCM Time
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Additional Pricing Details
Pricing is based on a per employee model. Billing is monthly, based on a subscription model.

Deputy

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Optional
Deputy Editions & Modules
Deputy
Edition
Scheduling Only
$11
Scheduling, Time and Attendance
$31
Enterprise
$81
1. per user
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