Employee Tracking

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Visibility Through a Personalized Dashboard for Each of Your Employees

Employees can track their performance to engage and grow in the company.

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way for employees to keep track of their performance and hold themselves accountable? With our fit-for-purpose solutions, you can achieve just that. Not only will managers be able to keep track of how productive employees are, but any conflicts between HR and employees can also be monitored and resolved more easily.

Disciplinary Offenses
Disciplinary offenses can range from using company data inappropriately to the harassment of coworkers or even drug and alcohol abuse on the job. Such occurrences are to be taken seriously, especially if they are repeat offenses. Necessary actions such as warnings should also be taken, and a clear record kept. Allowing employees to access their own records also ensures that a fair representation of the facts is maintained.

Awards, Education & Company Assets
Do your employees need to have a specific educational background in order to join your company? Are employees given the opportunity to obtain ongoing educational qualifications while they are employed? Being able to access employees’ educational history in one convenient place can help to maintain their relevance and ensure that records are updated. Employees who have obtained industry-related awards or own company assets can also access their records here, allowing for a comprehensive view.

Job Costing/Labor Allocation
Tracking the costs of individual projects can go a long way, especially if these jobs account for the majority of income in your company. Breaking down job costs as well as the cost of labor and materials can allow you to determine employee wages. Employees who are in charge of managing a project should also have access to this information, allowing them to make informed decisions regarding materials, allocation of labor, and more.

Training & Certification
Upgrading your employees’ skills from time to time will allow them to progress up the career ladder, expand their job scopes and contribute more to the company. Keeping a record of the training and certification history of an employee will allow you to quickly determine whether they are qualified to carry out a certain job.  This information can also come in useful when evaluating job performance, giving you an overview of how much an employee has progressed during the course of their employment. If you are in an industry where employees need to undergo regular training courses in order to maintain their certification and right to practice, regular reminders can also be set via this system.

Salary & Job History
It is not uncommon for employees to be promoted or even switched between different departments during their employment. Keeping track of salaries and job histories will aid in performance evaluation as well as give you an idea of a reasonable wage to pay each employee based on their experience and qualifications. Employees can also keep track of their own history when it comes to negotiating for pay raises and justifying them during performance evaluations.