Ways WorkTime helps your company
WorkTime helps to identify productivity issues1. WorkTime spots unproductive time 2. WorkTime shows personal internet use during business hours 3. WorkTime spots idle time 4. WorkTime detects false overtimes 5. WorkTime identifies poor attendance 6. WorkTime pinpoints underperformance
WorkTime saves your company money1.WorkTime reduces the amount of money wasted on unproductive time 2.WorkTime assists in the cost-cutting of infrequently used licensed software 3.WorkTime allows you to save money on future purchases
WorkTime helps to identify productivity issuesProductivity is the keystone of every successful business. Productive employees add value, so understanding how employees work is imperative to building a good business reputation. WorkTime provides insight into employees' work by identifying the following productivity issues:
1. WorkTime spots unproductive timeUnproductive time means the time spent doing activities that do not relate to work during working hours. This could include social media use, visiting non-work-related websites, regular coffee breaks, chatting with colleagues on the job, online shopping, or any activity that could distract you from your tasks and adversely affect your performance. Worktime reports show:
- How much time employees spend working and the amount of time wasted on activities not related to work.
- How employees are distracted from performing their work duties during working hours.
- The exact distractions that keep employees from doing their job.
- What applications are contributing to your company projects, and much more.
Worktime reports show how much time employees spend working and the amount of time wasted on activities not related to work.
2. WorkTime shows how the internet is used during business hoursWorkTime displays how the internet is used during business hours. Surfing the net may seem like an innocuous pastime, but it becomes a big business problem when it starts eating into paid working hours. Numerous studies have shown that employees spend an average of two to four hours a day on personal internet activities. Now, if your employees are visiting gaming websites, spending time on YouTube, socializing on Facebook or Twitter, or responding to private emails instead of working during business hours, your business may suffer. (According to statistics non-work-related Internet surfing results in a 40% loss of productivity each year for American companies). Worktime reports:
- Show how much time employees spend browsing the internet.
- Highlights the exact websites/URLs employees visit during working hours.
- Helps block websites/URLs distracting employees from doing their job.
Worktime reports show how much time employees spend browsing the internet and the exact websites/URLs employees visit during working hours
3. WorkTime spots idle timeWorkTime identifies idle time. Idle time refers to time spent away from the computer when no mouse or keyboard activity is detected. When employees engage in activities such as spending time on their phones, frequent coffee breaks, chatting with employees, or any event where the computer is not in use - idle computer time grows. WorkTime reports show:
- How much time is spent away from the computer?
- Reports also indicate discrepancies in logins and excessive idle times while employees are logged in.
WorkTime reports show how much time is spent away from the computer and also reveal any discrepancies in logins and excessive idle times while employees are logged in.
4. WorkTime detects false overtimesWithout a doubt, engaged and dedicated employees are at the heart of every successful business. There are instances where employees can claim to work hours that exceed designated working hours. In actuality, they spend working time slacking and eventually doing a few extra hours to make up for the time already wasted. This is false over time. Employers may be unable to determine whether an employee's overtime claim is valid or malevolent unless they monitor their working time. Ultimately, the impact of false overtime will show itself in the company's finances. WorkTime reports aid:
- To decrease the payments associated with bogus overtime.
- Provide comprehensive reports that show if the overtime claims of employees are justified or not.
- 70% of computers were used for non-business purposes during paid hours (social networks and non-insurance-relevant websites).
- 15% were Idle after logging in (possible distractions, e.g., coffee breaks and socializing with colleagues).
- 5% claimed overtime payments for the time they did not work.
- 10% of the overtime claims were reasonable and justified.
WorkTime reports showed the real picture of computer use during working hours, and management was able to determine whether overtime claims were valid or not.
5. WorkTime identifies poor attendanceFrequent absenteeism, reporting late to work regularly, or clocking in on behalf of other colleagues can cost the company a great deal. It creates a financial burden on the company and, it could also lead to burnout and low morale for hardworking co-workers because they may need to step in to keep the work process going. All these will only lead to one thing-a negative impact on overall productivity over time. Worktime provides insights into the following attendance metrics:
- Employee absenteeism.
- User login/logout times.
- Computer/system login name.
- Enhances or replaces the existing check-in/checkout system.
Worktime provides insights into employee absenteeism, enhances or replaces the existing check-in/checkout system, records user login/logout times and computer/system login names to identify poor attendance.
6. WorkTime pinpoints underperformanceAll of the issues mentioned above could lead to under-performance. When an employee continues to miss work, show up late to work, waste time on unproductive activities during paid hours, their performance begins to slip, and the working process becomes disrupted. In addition to the quality of work being affected by poor employee performance, its customers can also suffer. WorkTime offers reports that help to rectify these issues. WorkTime reports:
- Identify the top underperformers.
- Assess the quality of work.
- Identify the high performer and overworked employees/departments.
WorkTime reports identify the top underperformers and also spot the high performers and departments that are overworked.
WorkTime saves your company moneyCan WorkTime help my company to save money? The simple answer to that is yes! WorkTime is an essential asset for any company that gives priority to productivity and time management. Asides from helping streamline the workflow, organize in-house and remote staff and boost employee efficiency. WorkTime also helps save money on licensed software and future purchases. Here are a few significant instances:
1. WorkTime reduces the amount of money wasted on unproductive timeWorkTime provides an in-depth insight into the work of employees. Employers can get accurate reports of how productive/unproductive employees are on their computers and take measures to boost employee productivity in case of the latter. This, in turn, saves the company from potentially losing tons of money due to time wastage and poor productivity.
2. WorkTime assists in the cost-cutting of infrequently used licensed softwareWorkTime detects licensed software that is rarely used or not in use but most likely to drain money. This helps the company cut expenses by either reducing the number of licenses in the future or canceling additional licensing agreements. Companies can also see how licensed software is being used. Another interesting case study: 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 an educational software that was infrequently used. WorkTime helped get rid of the software, saved the school board a lot of money, and tremendously improved the educational process's quality.
WorkTime allows organizations to cut expenses and save money by auditing costly licensed software that is barely used or not even used at all.