Agendrix provides managers with several tools to check and record when their employees clock in and out at work.
One such tool, known as geolocation, lets a manager draw a digital area around a given workplace or job site. Employees who wish to clock in or out using Agendrix are then required to do so while within this area. Geolocation is a convenient way for managers to check whether their employees actually clock in/out from the right place.
Okay, but does Agendrix really need to know my exact position?
iPhones have a new setting that lets users provide their approximate position to apps such as Agendrix. Here, the expression approximate means a random point within an area of several kilometers. Such an approximation makes it impossible for Agendrix to check whether an employee is actually clocking from the area set by their manager.
Needless to say, this defeats the point of using geolocation. Which is exactly why we ask that you provide your exact position to clock in/out.
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