Time tracking in project management

Somebody would say keeping track of employees’ time is an aggressive tool to measure productivity and define poor performers - and it could be aggressive if time tracking software is not implemented correctly. But when you put some effort into onboarding employees with a project time tracking solution, it becomes a powerful analytical tool that helps you estimate the burn rate and plan further workload.

To take advantage of time tracking and protect your staff from feeling overwhelmed, follow our advice:

  1. Choose proper employee time tracking tools. “Just click “clock in” to start and “clock out” when you’re done, what could be easier than that?” - I hear you asking. But great time tracking software is so much more than just switching a timer! Like Lanteria’s Time and Attendance solution, which is both seamless and motivating. With Lanteria, HR staff will get analytical insights, project managers - the ability to discover their team’s performance level, and a workforce would definitely appreciate the mobile app to track their time without opening a browser.

  2. Always remind employees to register their time. It’s a routine task that workers often forget about, and sometimes it could only be done after constant reminders. Project time tracking software by Lanteria automates this process with pre-scheduled reminders and notifications, ensuring that employees follow the procedure.

  3. Utilize reports. You can use the data to scale productivity, track employee skills, and predict team performance. Just generate a Timesheet report, and you will have all your data, well structured and visualized, ready to support your business decisions.

Time tracking by Lanteria HR