Alloway Library employs some 20 TWU students to assist in the daily operation of the library. You'll see them working throughout the building - shelving material, dusting shelves, checking out items, taking fine payments and answering general inquiries about the library. They are a crucial component of the library's service.
Our team of student assistants work a total of nearly 200 hours each week from the first day of classes right through to the last day of exams. Their shifts vary in time from a single 8-hour shift to a combination of shorter shifts wedged in between classes. And, given the varying rhythms of the academic term, student assistants sometimes juggle shifts, trading with coworkers who need time off or time-shifting their schedule to meet their work and study commitments
It could be a challenge for supervisory staff to monitor all those work- hours with their variations as well as to track the idiosyncrasies of those who arrive late, leave early or stay extra time to complete a task. Alloway Library uses Time Clock MTS http://www.timeclockmts.com/ to do the job. Time Clock MTS is cost-effective software that makes it easy for students assistants to clock in and out for each shift and, better still, it makes the payroll process almost effortless for supervisory staff.