Time Tracking: Staying Productive While Working Remotely

A look at how automated time tracking through facial recognition saves everyone time.


Brian Wallace

a year ago | 1 min read

Did you know that employees spend up to 4 hours a week on unproductive tasks? 28% spend their time just checking and answering their emails, and 53% spend 3 or more hours per day on non-work activities. With the amount of employees who now work from home, more managers are becoming concerned with the reduction in focus and productivity. 

While it is true that employees seem to be less productive when working from home, many note that this is due to feeling overwhelmed and burnt out. Remote workers often feel they are not able to allocate their time, and feel that their work suffers from that. Luckily, there is a solution that can help alleviate the stress of remote workers and increase their productivity. 

Automated time tracking can help managers and employees alike see where their hours are being spent. This can help create a map of an employee's days with time consuming tasks prioritized. Time tracking can also help schedule breaks away from the computer which have been reported as being very helpful for increasing overall productivity in employees. 

Tracking where remote workers are spending their time can help managers have a clearer view of where their hours are being allocated. This information can help create better plans for their days and increase the overall success of their business. Learn more about automated time tracking in the infographic below:


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