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I want reference for software which indicate actual time working on laptop by employee.
29th September 2018 From India, Bengaluru
#Anonymous
There is a software called "Manic Time Tracker" which can be installed to PC/Laptop. It shows day-wise system activities..like what time it got started & closed, what time it was remain ideal, what are the pages the employee open & for how many time / duration etc. It is a good one to track employees activities at any given point of time.
29th September 2018 From India, New Delhi
Dear friend,
You have raised the query about the software to track the work done by the software employees. However, while raising this query what was the objective in your mind? Why you wanted to do that?
Are you business owner or HR professional? Suppose if you get some software like this then what would be merits and demerits of the use of that software? Have you done analysis? If the Managers or other top management official are given access to the report produced by software, then will the software professionals consider it as close supervision? And if they start thinking so then will it not be throwback of the management practice of the early 20th century?
The kind of software that you are looking is developed by Microsoft but then it is for their internal use only. The software provides weekly/monthly productivity report. But it is developed to give insight to the individual employee and Manager does not have access to their juniors' report.
While raising the query on the public forum, members are requested to give the complete background of the case. The forum is not a ground for competition on getting maximum information with a query having minimum words!
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar
29th September 2018 From India, Bangalore
Dear anonymous..
Do not make your workplace like a Jail.
You will only get dis-satisfaction.
Better find out something else which will make them work for the company.
Arun J.
29th September 2018 From India, Hyderabad
Nit sure if you are looking for a freeware...but if you want to spend money then you can use iCats...Leaving the prudence of cost benefit analysis on your wisdom...
30th September 2018 From India, Chennai
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