#1. WorkTime saves your company’s money.
‘How much?’ – you may ask then. It depends on each situation. Here are just a few examples:
- WorkTime helped to avoid overcharges.
There was an interesting case once: a Canadian rescue medical services company had a concern. They literally felt that they overcharge employees, especially remote ones. And decided to check this out for sure.
After some time of using WorkTime, the company CEO gave us the following feedback: “WorkTime helped us save approximately $7,500 per employee per year”.
- WorkTime helped to decrease the time spent on social networks.
A U.S. Healthcare organization had 5000+ employees. WorkTime helped to discover that 5% of working hours were spent for socializing.
Simple math: 5% is equal to 250 employees’ salaries, which means that WorkTime saved 250 salaries.
#2. 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:
- No strict direction.
Every employee needs a clear direction to perform as expected. If there’s no such direction, he/she most probably will underfulfil.
In such case, WorkTime reports will show the high idle time (employee easily distracts, because he/she simply doesn’t have any particular task for now), the low active time, most probably the high time for social networking and personal stuff on the Internet.
- Poor work-life balance.
We’ve already talked about how important work-life balance is and WorkTime can help to identify if it’s really unhealthy.
WorkTime shows high overtimes? Or you see in a report that employee works on weekends? This is it. It’s time to handle the situation to have happier and more motivated staff.
#3. WorkTime helps employees to perform better.
How? Very simple: acknowledging that they are monitored, employees perform better. That’s the proven fact.
You may suppose, that this could turn into a kind of micromanagement. Not necessary if use WorkTime wisely:
- do not check reports daily. Most probably it may lead to wrong findings.
- do check reports on a regular basis. Once a week, for instance. This timeframe lets you see the team or individual progress more transparently.
- let employees know they are under monitoring. This will help company staff to acknowledge their responsibility for consequences.
- address productivity issues and work them out with employee individually. Such approach allows every employee to be heard, understood and have a chance to improve the situation. Therefore employees will respect your managers even more.
- Read more about our own employee monitoring solution WorkTime and its cloud version.
- Find real cases how WorkTime solved TOP business issues for its customers.