1. Timekeeping Solutions for Creatives!

    There might not be a group more resistant to timekeeping than creatives. In an agency that employs creative thinkers and problem solvers, there may be dozens of projects they are juggling at one time, multiple clients, and a lot of brain power going into the process and design. Creatives often look to the end product, and the client’s satisfaction with that product, to l…Read More

  2. Outdated Time Tracking Costs Your Business Big Time

    If you are running a small business, you know how important it is to keep costs down and profits up. Being able to grow and expand your business can take up a lot of your time, but you may not have considered how you are losing money due to lost time. If you are using outdated or inaccurate time management systems, you need to consider how this is hurting your business. Re…Read More

  3. Dealing With Late Employees

    We have all been there. You’re running out the door to work, all set to be on time, when you discover that your car won’t start. Or you take a new route only to be stopped at the train tracks for ten minutes watching the cars slowly roll by. Being late to work happens to everyone at some point, but when it is becoming a chronic problems employers need to take action. T…Read More

  4. Help Your Employees Stop Wasting Time

    Employers are constantly trying to find ways to make their employees more productive, more efficient, and waste less time. Almost ninety percent of people in a Salary.com survey admitted that they waste time at work, and this was a huge increase over the self-reporting from the previous year! While the majority (sixty percent) wasted a half to a full hour, about 4 percent …Read More

  5. Time Saving Tips For Small Businesses

    If you have a small business, you know the challenges of fitting everything you need to do into the day, the week, or the month. It can seem like there is never enough time, and finding the most efficient way to operate is crucial to getting ahead. While running a small business means being dedicated, hard-working, and innovative, it doesn’t have to mean never having eno…Read More

  6. Addressing Employee Complaints

    There have been estimates that employers can spend up to 7 minutes entering EACH employee timesheet. This doesn’t even include the time spent tracking down inaccuracies and problems resulting from late submissions or errors. Imagine those minutes multiplied by tens, or even hundreds of employees! That is a lot of time lost on time management that could be spent doing mor…Read More