Forget about manual time and attendance tracking. Get access to automatic and most accurate timesheets based on your team’s computer activities.
Workpuls automatically generates timesheets for each of your employees based on their computer activities.
Depending on the options you select, the software will be tracking your employees from the moment they turn on the computer, until they turn it of. Otherwise, you can allow workers to manually clock in/out.
You can receive regular timesheet reports to your email, or export them as PDF, CSV or XLSX from the dashboard anytime you want. Filter the reports based on individuals or teams, and add custom dates to get the data you actually need.
The reports will simplify your payment process, minimize time wasted on payroll administration, while lowering the chance for human error in the process.
Track which apps and websites your employees’ use the most during the day.
Check what your employees are working on at any point during the day.
Let employees add manual time for activities performed away from their computers.
Measure and analyze productivity levels of your employees individually or on a team level.
Mark apps and sites as ‘productive’, ‘unproductive’ or ‘neutral’.
Stay on top of your team’s every computer activity, every day.
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The best option for teams who want a fast, easy setup in just a few minutes. No tricky setup, added technical equipment, or involvement from your IT team. Your data is safely stored on industry-leading Google Cloud infrastructure using the latest security standards.
Wanting to store your data on your own servers? Our on-premise solution is for teams who don’t mind a little extra technical effort and have the IT team to pull it off. Your company provides the servers, we use them to store our data.
In a recent study, a group of Microsoft workers took, on average, 15 minutes to return to serious mental tasks, like writing reports or computer code, after responding to incoming e-mail or instant messages. They strayed off to reply to other messages or browse news, sports or entertainment Web sites.
“I was surprised by how easily people were distracted and how long it took them to get back to the task,” said Eric Horvitz.