WorkPuls is time tracking software for accurate employee management. It monitors applications and websites employees use, shows you how they work and generates productivity reports.

Gina Ora on October 13, 2016.

Four reasons why you’ll love our newest Time & Attendance Tracking feature

Peter Drucker once wrote that time is the scarcest resource and unless it is controlled, nothing else can be managed. When you think about it, it’s terrifyingly true – which is probably why there are so many tools on the market created to help you utilize time, whether yours or the ones you are supposed…

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Gina Ora on October 5, 2016.

Three most common myths about time-tracking and why they are wrong

When it comes to time-tracking, businesses and freelancers alike either love it or hate it. While today you can find many organizations who’ve significantly improved their HR management by implementing automated software solutions for it, there still exist some arguments about whether that way of managing people is acceptable and effective. Let us now try…

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Gina Ora on September 28, 2016.

Introducing lawful means of employee control

No matter whether you’re running a small, medium or large enterprise, each organization needs to have a clear set of internal control mechanisms. They can be normative or regulative, yet each type lugs its own set of rules and practices for successful application. If your needs include tracking employees’ productivity and controlling their work-related actions,…

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Gina Ora on September 21, 2016.

Money isn’t always the best motivator, but these things are

The importance of motivation and goal setting in today’s business cannot be overstated. The setting of goals is important to guide a company and its’ employees toward defined objectives, while motivation is important because it is the psychological catalyst employees and owners require to reach a goal. Motivation at work, at first glance, does sound…

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Marija Grgur on September 16, 2016.

Larry Sharpe: management vs. leadership

We spoke to Larry Sharpe, the Managing Director of the Neo-Sage® Group, Inc. He shared with us an interesting story about persistence, personal development and the kind of advice he gives as a consultant and trainer to his clients. Here you can read the part of that talk and we hope you find it as…

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Gina Ora on September 13, 2016.

Transforming the agony of emailing into an efficient streamline of responsibilities

What is the first thing you did this morning when you arrived into your office and turned on your computer?   Let us guess: Email. If our surmise was right, well, you shouldn’t feel bad – email occupies 23% of the average employee’s workday, 28% of their total work week and an average employee checks…

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Gina Ora on September 7, 2016.

The strategic significance of information

Nowadays, it is often said that information has become the most important resource of present-day organizations. Since it penetrates all aspects of an organization, crosses data processing and the information systems department, it is even possible to say that it can no longer be treated as a source of competitive advantage, but as a competitive…

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Gina Ora on August 31, 2016.

Evening routines for a productive tomorrow

If you google “morning routine” you’ll receive more than 24 million search results and that might be with good reason: early risers seem to get more things done and live more fulfilled lives. Some of the most successful entrepreneurs understand the benefits of having an early-morning routine: Starbucks’ Howard Schultz, GE’s Jeff Immelt, and Xerox’s…

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Gina Ora on August 23, 2016.

Hero or zero? The four types of tech support workers

Since the dawn of mankind, people have a tendency to split into groups. Sport teams, professions, nations, Facebook groups – these are all just the consequences of this little habit of ours, created with the intention of achieving a common goal. Just like the human race, organizations too tend to divide themselves; usually for the…

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Marija Grgur on August 16, 2016.

WorkPuls interviews: Goran Duškić

Recently we had an opportunity to personally meet Goran Duškić, founder and CEO of WhoAPI. WhoAPI transforms raw domain data into machine readable outputs. With their tools and APIs, their clients like Google, Marcaria, King and Twitter can monitor their websites, invest in better domains, protect their brands online and in the end create a…

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