Rob Rawson Released Why Most Time and Attendance Software is Flawed

Most time and attendance software systems are based on old technology. There are fundamental flaws in the attendance tracking that we are fixing with Time Doctor.
 
 
Most time and attendance software are based on obsolete technology
Most time and attendance software are based on obsolete technology
Oct. 29, 2012 - PRLog -- Rob Rawson has recently published a blog titled Why Most Time and Attendance Software is Flawed in Biz3.0

It talks about the fundamental flaws of most time and attendance software systems due to its being based on old technology and what led to the development of the Time Doctor software.

For example, Rob noted in the blog that clocking in and out does not mean employees are productive, and since most time and attendance software are based on the principle that an employee clocks in at a certain time and then clocks out after finishing work, this is one of the reasons why most time and attendance software are flawed.

“Showing up in the office or online (when working remotely) is an obsolete way of ensuring employee productivity. Being present does not correspond at all to actual productivity. A system that brings accountability to a work day is needed, and that is why we have Time Doctor,” Rob says.

To read the blog post, click here: http://biz30.timedoctor.com/why-most-time-and-attendance-...

About Rob Rawson:

Rob Rawson is an internet entrepreneur based in Sydney, Australia. He founded Time Doctor—it’s a time monitoring and productivity monitoring tool designed to help businesses reduce wasted hours at work and improve employee productivity. When not traveling around the globe looking for business opportunities, Rawson blogs for Time Doctor, biz30 and staff.com.
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