WorkTime is a great addition to your business
When it comes to employee monitoring, WorkTime is the only productivity monitoring tool that offers transparent and respectful employee productivity monitoring.
Investing in WorkTime helps your company in the following ways.
#1. WorkTime saves your company’s money.
Yes, as simple as this and here are a few significant examples:
- Spot overcharges
WorkTime helps to prevent your company from bleeding money.
Here is an interesting case: A Canadian rescue medical service company was faced with a concern. They suspected they were being overcharged by employees, especially their remote workers. They decided to look into it.
They contacted WorkTime and after a period of using the employee monitoring software, the company’s CEO gave us the following feedback: “WorkTime helped us save approximately $7,500 per employee every year”.
- Decrease time spent on social networks
WorkTime helps to highlight time wastage in your company.
Benjamin Franklin once said – “Time is money.”
A U.S. Healthcare organization with over 5000+ employees had issues relating to time management and social media usage. WorkTime discovered that 5% of working hours were spent on socializing.
Simple math: 5% is equivalent to 250 employees’ salaries. With the help of WorkTime, the organization saved up 250 salary cheques.
#2. SAVE MONEY ON PAYCHECKS
Worktime implements Pareto’s 80/20 principle.
Pareto’s 80/20 principle states that 80% of the outcome is caused by 20% efforts. WorkTime applies this powerful principle by limiting expenses on those 80% activities that are not generating enough income for a business. Your company saves 30 of 1,000 salaries minimum with WorkTime
#3. WorkTime helps to identify the overall productivity issues.
Productivity is the keystone of every company success. But not many businesses measure employees performance and improve it on a constant basis.
WorkTime can help to identify the following productivity issues:
- Employee under-performance
Every employee needs clear directions to work as expected. If there’s no clarity on how and when things should be done, then most likely, the employee will under-perform.
WorkTime reports give insights that help employers identify productivity loopholes and make the necessary improvements.
- Poor work-life balance
A WorkTime article already emphasizes how important work-life balance is WorkTime can help identify if the balance between work and private life is really unhealthy.
If WorkTime detects high overtime or a report shows that employees work on weekends, this may be the right time to handle the situation in order to have happier and more motivated staff.
#4. SAVE MONEY ON LICENSED SOFTWARE WITH WORKTIME
WorkTime allows organizations to cut expenses and save money by auditing very expensive licensed software that is barely used or not even used at all.
- Solution proffered
A local school board in the USA purchased educational software for over 2,500 computers. The software turned out to be very expensive. They decided to invest in WorkTime.
During the first few days, WorkTime reports showed that the educational software was rarely being used. WorkTime helped eliminate the software, saved the school board a lot of money and tremendously improved the quality of the educational process.
#5. Plan Future Purchases With WorkTime
With WorkTime your company can be one step ahead by planning future purchases.
WorkTime presents you with the real situation about computers and software usage.
It takes the load off overloaded departments and helps you decide if there is a need to hire more employees. (It shows you if there is insufficient productivity or overworking).
#6. WORKTIME HELPS EMPLOYEES TO PERFORM BETTER
How? Very simple:
When employees acknowledge that they are being monitored, they perform better. This is a proven fact.
Secondly, WorkTime reports help to pinpoint workers with excellent work ethics. With these reports, other colleagues lagging behind can be motivated to improve themselves.
You may assume that employee monitoring at some point could turn into micromanagement. Well contrary to that, it can be beneficial if used respectfully.
Here are three best practices to maintain transparency while monitoring employees:
- Do not check reports daily This may lead to inaccurate findings. Rather conducting a report analysis at least once a week will be more ideal. This time frame lets you see the team or individual progress more relatively.
- Let employees know they are being monitored this keeps things fair. Also, when workers know they’re being monitored, their quality of work improves.
- Address productivity issues and work them out with employee individually. Such an approach allows every employee to be heard, understood and have a chance to improve the situation. Employees will respect your managers even more with this approach.
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