Track Employee Output & Not Time
In many companies the HR department and Accounts love to have the salary of an employee deducted on the pay day based on their on-seat attendance time.
This one is too harsh and especially for someone who has to sit facing the monitor continuously is a pain in the neck and eyes.
At one place employers want to have every single possible check on their employees and keep looking for ways and means to deduct salary. On the other hand they also want employees to be retained for a longer period by the HR department. Something here to understand is in organizations where someone is paid on an hourly basis, this can go well, however an monthly salaried will never appreciate this pattern of workplace. They will definitely like to switch to a better workplace.
There is a basic difference between employee and slave. In modern industry employees are hired not on the basis of how much time they can spent working but on the basis of their performance, output & results they can deliver.
With technology advancing at a rocket speed even employers need to grow and give more space to employees.
Three companies implementing the latest web based tracking system to calculate employee time sheet. One wants this system to check whether any employee is misusing the facilities provided to employees, other wants to know how much more they can deduct from an employees salary and the third wants their employees to have access to their time sheets anytime and from anywhere. Can we see the difference in basic approach of all three employers. The system they all use is the same technology and all for automating their employee time sheets. However the first will find most of the employees in suspicion level since the basic approach derived from this very thought. The second employer will find it very hard to retain employees and the third employer will have better output from the employee just because they will be more committed and responsible in their approach.
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