Employees are often concerned with how many hours they are working and how much work they have to finish in tight timeframes. Supervisors are more concerned with tracking how many hours are spent on tasks for their employees, meeting targets for completing tasks, and overseeing a workstream that produces efficient results. Supervising employee productivity requires knowing how your employees work and coaxing them to produce, while making sure they manage their effort with their time.
Productivity is the direct outcome of people doing something. In today’s knowledge worker environment, to secure maximum productivity demands that every employee has the very best self leadership skills.
When we talk about employees, the first thing that comes up in minds for management is their work hours. It is easy now a day to implement a time tracking system in any organization to track employee-working hours. With this, the basic human resource function is taken care.