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How to log into SwipeClock

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How do I log into SwipeClock?

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Payville USA offers a time tracking for your employees to punch in/out throughout the work day. If you current have this feature the following article will assist with supervisors/administrators and employees to access their time clock.

Note: If you are interested in the time tracking feature please reach out to your Customer eXperience Representative (CXR).

Supervisor/Administrator Access

If you are a supervisor or Administrator the following link will be used for normal maintenance when reviewing, editing or approving employee time cards: https://payville.payrollservers.us/pg/login.aspx

You will need your Login ID and Password. If you have forgotten your log in credentials please contact your CXR for assistance.

  1. Enter Login ID
  2. Enter Password
  3. Click Log In


Employee Access

Employees who need to record their time in and out throughout the day via the web will be able to utilize two separate screens. Web clock allows an employee to simply log in and out where as the Employee Self Service Portal (Time card) gives the employee access to review their time card as well as clock in or out.

Note: If you do not remember or do not have log in credentials, please contact your Administrator or Supervisors for assistance.

Web Clock - https://payville.payrollservers.us/webclock/

  1. Enter Employee Login ID
  2. Enter Password
  3. Select Clock In or Clock Out
  4. Click Submit

Employees can access the Employee Self Service Portal (Time card) login screen by clicking on Time card in the top right hand corner.


Employee Self Service Portal (Time card) - https://payville.payrollservers.us/pg/Ess/

  1. Enter Login ID
  2. Enter Password
  3. Click Sign In

Employees can access the web clock login screen by clicking on Web Clock in the top right hand corner.


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Date updated: Jan 05, 2016
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