Posts Tagged ‘time tracking’

Marija Grgur on November 1, 2016.

WorkPuls reveals: How we helped our clients improve their business

During the last two years we’ve counted numerous hours of employee’s work time and now, for the first time, we are sharing with you some of their most interesting success stories. Due to a NDA (Non-disclosure Agreement) names of companies have been excluded. Logistics The challenge – Our client is a company in the logistics industry with…

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Marija Grgur on October 25, 2016.

WorkPuls wins a 2016 Rising Star award by FinancesOnline

It’s been a wild October in WorkPuls’ office – first, the 2.0 version was finally released along with our newest Time and Attendance Tracking feature and finally, FinancesOnline, one of the most popular business software directories, reviewed our software as one of the leading in its time-tracking category, awarding us with not one, but two…

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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 employee 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…

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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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Gina Ora on June 20, 2016.

When the cat’s away, the mice will… work

It’s that time of the year again, when most of us go to sleep dreaming about distant destinations and our well-deserved vacations. Unbelievably, managers and CEOs are humans too and they also need several days a year to get away from all the buzz and stress. In big companies it usually isn’t a problem, but…

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Gina Ora on May 23, 2016.

Successful time tracking software implementation – 101

Ethical concerns & before you buy When you type “employee time tracking software” in Google’s search bar, chances are that somewhere among the suggested results you’ll see an “ethics” suffix.  Clearly we live and work in the era of Internet, but also in an  era of security concerns and great ethical debates in this field.…

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Gina Ora on May 22, 2016.

7 deadly sins of time tracking

We’ve previously explained why it’s so important to track time, collect data and use the results for improvement. Simply buying  software might be a good start, but it’s no guarantee that at the end you will make a positive change. Yes, many small and medium companies may have bought the same software and many of…

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Marija Grgur on May 3, 2016.

How to implement time tracking software and put your employees up for it?

The main reason for implementing time tracking software in any company would be learning what are the employees up to, as well as understanding their (un)productive hours and their origin. With the help of this type of software, the management is able to realize how does the organization “breathe” and where lies a chance for…

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