“Work smart, not hard” – this recommendation may seem sound to some, and nonsense to others. But no matter what you think about it, there’s a fact you cannot neglect – working hard constantly and without breaks for a long time is impossible. It’s like using a car engine for hours at the full capacity – eventually, it will break down. However, if you take care to use it gently, with occasional breaks, it will serve you for years.… Read more
A few decades ago, the only means employers could use to monitor the work of their staff was a sheet of paper with indicated task and its duration, handed in daily and not always showing the real state of things.
Nowadays, the automated time tracker software not only takes the burden of viewing heaps of daily reports off the boss’s shoulders. It also presents a much more efficient way of controlling how employees spend their time at work and raising their productivity.… Read more
Employee turnover has long been one of the issues that top the list of management concerns. A person who never lost “valuable” employees or was looking for a substitution may find it weird, but seasoned HR managers and employers know the cost of the question. An employee quitting the job means not only the breach in the already smoothed out workflow, but also lost productivity. Finding a new hire, educating and training, then taking the time to ensure the candidate is right for the position can add up into a significant sum.… Read more
Becoming a boss is a dream of many people, and it is no wonder. High salary, overall respect, lots of perks and having no one “above” – these are often associated with the top positions in business. But this is just one side of the coin, and although it is more conspicuous, it is “smaller”. The bigger, and more significant part of being at the steering wheel of the company is way less attractive.… Read more
Because time tracking comes in different forms, shapes, and distributions, any business can find the best option.
When it comes to using a time tracking software for monitoring employees’ work at the computer, an online system is more beneficial.
Time tracking online presents a lot more opportunities for the companies, comparing to a locally hosted time tracking. But don’t just take our word, check these benefits below:
The benefits of implementing an online time tracker
You save money, and most importantly time
Time and money are the two most valuable assets for any type of business.… Read more
Along with the rapidly growing number of employees working on the computers, especially with Internet connections, employers have faced a serious challenge – taking staff activity under control. The traditional means of time tracking software like timesheets or biometric scanners don’t quite do the job, since they only count the overall time a person spent at the office or display the info on tasks and their duration an employee entered into a timesheet.… Read more
Does employee satisfaction matter for the productivity? A 100% yes! You see, people who are not satisfied with either their working conditions, paycheck, the job they do or the way that manager treats them will not give their best to achieve the goal/s.
That is why it is so important to have a proper office, rewards the skills fairly and tame the bad managers.
Not that you’ve done all that, employees seem to be happy.… Read more
You can’t ignore the fact that productivity of employees is the driver of your business. Certainly, we don’t diminish your contribution, but employees help you do the amount of work that you wouldn’t be able to do on your own.
So, if you want your business to be productive, then you have to cherish the productivity of your teams.
Inevitably, you will encounter factors that influence the staff in either good or bad way.… Read more
Don’t you hate the days when you’re in a rush, can’t get your thoughts together and it seems like nothing works right that day? While you might occasionally have such days, the work life of the HR manager is like this almost every day.
HR’s have it harder because they manage a very unstable asset – people. I.e., machines are easier to handle, because they work in a certain way, following scripts and rules.… Read more
A lot of our daily actions and decisions are subconsciously based on stereotypes, and it is no surprise. There are not so many people around who take courage not only to admit it, but also break the cliches and start working their own way around. In this post, we are going to bust the stereotypes about how age influences employee productivity and their work in general.
It is especially important nowadays when the competitive surroundings make it hard for employers to find the right people to work in their companies.… Read more