The Indigo Drum “Thumbprint In” method for employees – where it came from and why it was originally used – by Kimberly Koerber Bauer Koerber

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The Indigo Drum “Thumbprint In” method for employees – where it came from and why it was originally used

By Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-Koerber

Another feature of the Indigo Drum Peace Project will be a ‘thumbprint in’ on the time clock identification to ‘punch in’.  This method was developed and used by Kroger stores on Bardstown Road in Louisville, Kentucky, because of a situation which occurred within the store on Bardstown Road in the highlands area, which is managed by a general manager from the country of Nigeria, Africa.

The manager used this method to prevent unauthorized people from working at the store by using someone else’s identification number and because of other issues, including theft, which caused the “thumbprint in” method to be an effective way to force accountability among store employees.  

 

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