The coronavirus is putting remote work to a gigantic test, and at a totally unprecedented scale. Throughout China, Italy, Japan and South Korea, workers have been on lockdown. Last week, the same happened in Seattle. Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft and Google all told employees there to remain home.
Human resource departments everywhere are making contingency plans that include keeping workers home. For many, the widespread embrace of remote work is a welcome change they’ve always wanted. The coronavirus will help promote remote work. “If employees don’t have to come in, they’re not paying to commute and they’re not adding to the carbon footprint,”
How to help employees work remotely? With a software
Available as a desktop, web, or mobile app.
See when your team’s on the road or on site.
A high-level and deep dive into productivity data.
Track apps, URL, activity percentages, and more.
Easy online schedules and attendance tracking.
Track time. Send invoices. Pay crews. Done.
Send client invoices based on time tracked and bill rates.
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