How do you ensure that your staff are engaged in your business and using IT efficiently?
Are they working from home and on weekends in order to manage their work load?
Do you need to acknowledge the additional work they do?
Current HR reporting tools require company staff to correctly record the start and end time of each day. This is often manually recorded at the end of each week or fortnight and may be difficult to compile retroactively. Timekeeping software, if used, may need to be dedicated to workstations or specifically invoked to record a timestamp. Time spent working away from the office, after hours or on weekends, is not recorded or may be overstated.
Inaccurate time sheets result in incorrect payments of salaries, overtime and entitlements. Requiring software to monitor workstation logons and logoff is also problematic as staff members to not have to logon and logoff a workstation at the start and the end of the day. Time spent working on the computer away from the office and after hours may be overstated.
Introspectus addresses the challenges facing Human Resource (HR) management:
Because computers are such an integral part of employment, most users log on at the start of each day and may do a final check of e-mail at the end of each day before shutting down for the evening. Introspectus timestamps all this activity, providing work hour information that can be used in conjunction with other time keeping systems.
While current HR reporting tools seldom record work performed out of hours and on weekends, Introspectus records all ‘Active Window’ activity when staff are working from home on work provided Laptops or connecting to work via Terminal Services / Citrix.
Introspectus assists organisational change with daily information on the take up of technologies that your organisation is seeking to embrace. By monitoring how much new Applications are used and the extent to which terminated Applications are relinquished, the success of organisational change can accurately be determined.
Every time a user in your organisation uses an Application, Introspectus records each ‘in focus’ window and records the ‘start time’ the window becomes ‘active’ and the time when the window is no longer ‘active’. This information is used to generate reports on user’s actual Application usage.