Why is Time Tracking Important?

Time tracking is considered one of the most vital aspects of maintaining organisational productivity, functionality, and employee workflow. Tracking time can allow your organisation to better track and analyse the time of employees and managers.

Efficiently tracking workplace time can lead to a multitude of different benefits such as increased profitability, reduced employee absenteeism and improving overall client relationships and satisfaction.

Studies have shown that nearly 90% of employees admit to squandering workday hours on non-organisational tasks. Therefore, time tracking tools and software can enable your business’s employees to hold themselves more accountable during their work hours.

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The Future of Work – New Perspectives on Disruption and Transformation

Disruption and transformation are two sides of the same coin. While disruption is abrupt, slow, and chaotic, transformation is structured, measured, and impacts the coming decades. But when it comes to technology, the lines before disruption and transformation get blurred. What starts as disruption soon takes the form of transformation and eventually becomes a revolution. And that is what has been happening to the world for the past few decades.

Technology has exponentially increased the speed and rate of production that a business can operate at, leading to increased revenue generation and overall productivity. Studies have shown that companies that used automation technology in their operations were 31% more productive than their counterparts. Due to these sudden yet expected changes, the future of modern business looks is expected to change course frequently.

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How can you work remotely with open-source?

Remote work has become a necessity in the corporate world. With the pandemic giving way to a striking shift in the corporate paradigm, organisations are now favouring remote work over office work. Just today, Salesforce announced that they’ll give their employees the possibility of working from home permanently.

But while an onlooker will simply attribute its success to the pandemic, remote work has actually gained popularity on its own in the past decade. With Gartner reporting an increase of almost 173% in remote work between 2005 and 2018, it is clear that remote work existed and thrived long before COVID-19 forced it upon us. An example close to home is that in Crust, the majority of the team already worked from home every day, long before the pandemic.

How can you work from home? Open-source software can help you. There are several benefits. Read more