Talking about “measuring employee productivity” usually brings up a bad feeling.
Employees don’t like having their work scrutinized, and managers (at least, some of them) don’t want to be chasing people around to ask them about their work.
Yet, if teams want to improve, or at least have an idea on how their work’s been going, a little monitoring and measuring of productivity is necessary.
When done correctly, it can help the manager find costs and time sinks, and also benefit the way the organization works as a whole.
Thankfully, Timeneye gives managers the tools to do just that.