The one thing that business owners must do is to keep on top of the tasks that are being carried out within the organisation, know who has been assigned which tasks, get to grips with the amount of time it is taking for specific tasks to get completed and know how is working and when. There are of course many companies that are still making use of paper based times sheet systems in order to get an understand of work flow and employee staff attendance patters. And of course, it works and in many cases there is the thought process that says ‘it if is not broken then do no fix it’. However; as we continue to live more and more in the digitally connected world – cloud based software employee time management systems can [well correctly deployed] make life so much easier when it comes to the smooth functioning of the organisation.
This is where a system such as EmployeeChrono.com comes into play as it provides the smaller business with all of the tools [which are fully accessed from the cloud] that is needs to assign tasks to staff, track employee whereabouts, send documents internally [without the need for email] and get a birds eye view of the running of the business from any mobile phone, smart device, tablet or computer. Management are able to track when employees have ‘clocked in’ for work and finer details such as which IP address they logged in from can be determined. With remote working becoming more of the norm this excellent facility passes responsibility down to employees as management look to get the most out of their motivated staff team.
In effect the whole ‘Employee Clocking In Clocking Out System’ functionality is provided to the company via EmployeeChrono.com plus a vast array of other features that will all serve to ensure a more efficient operating mode for the company. Let’s say one worker has to work from home due to some domestic issue – now management can assign tasks via the cloud and, send messages to all employees involved with a particular pieces of work and the messaging system allow for two way communications [we stress bypassing email] to that projects can continue to function wherever in the world those involved may be.