A retailer that wants to remain competitive today is consistently searching for new workforce management strategies that will create efficiencies to eliminate waste and fraud and maximize employee productivity. Some retailers assess their situation and determine that the only realistic way to create change is investing in technology. Specifically, workforce management technology that holds employees accountable for their actions by eliminating the urge to steal time, which can prove to be a costly expense when extrapolated over a large organization that relies on well-oiled employee productivity as the backbone of their existence. Technology that eliminates sharing passwords and personal identification numbers (PINs) to tighten role-based security. Technology that ensures employees spend less time lollygagging and loafing and more time doing what they were paid to do.