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DSPLOG to a file; query the file for the job start message (in addition look for the job end message). I've done this before as an HR department's "evidence" of not coming in on time. Of course their logic is flawed - what if the person came in 30 minutes before they login - it is not reflected. If this is your reasoning, your HR department needs better tools.
Another option would be their initial program (in their user profile) which would write something to a data file. We do not currently log this kind of information, but all users have the same initial sign on program. So... this would be fairly easy to add some code to do this. However, not sure if your shop does things differently so this solution may not be as "clean" for you as it would be for me.