Owning and running a business is costly. In fact, most business owners are shocked when they see how much they’re spending in the office. Small costs here and there really add up causing business owners to spend hundreds to thousands of dollars extra every year. To save your business money and keep revenue on the rise, you must cut unnecessary costs. Luckily, there are ways that you can save money by planning ahead and taking the right steps.
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We live in a new age where nearly all office-based employees are working from home. There’s no question that telecommuting has grown tremendously in the past decade, but the coronavirus’ impact on the workplace has heightened its growth over the past few months. As some offices transition from temporary to more permanent home-based work, it’s time to think about something more than just managing your remote workforce. Now that you’ve abandoned previous in-office practices or you’ve considered hiring remote employees, you need to know how to hire new employees in a virtual environment and bring them onto your team successfully.
Time tracking is a vital aspect of any organization. Proper time tracking can give managers insight as to what projects occur, who’s on the clock, and how many hours an employee works through a payroll or billing cycle. Ultimately, time tracking is the lifeline of any functioning organization, and you want to make sure that you get it right. Take a look at the list below of our 6 top-rated time tracking systems so you can start improving your productivity, proficiency, and profits:
Contributed by: Julianna Bevan
Businesses are facing greater challenges than ever before in 2020. The global pandemic has resulted in an economic crisis that has left many companies scrambling to find ways to stay afloat. And, in some cases, change their basic practices from top to bottom. It can be immensely difficult, but at this point adaption is a matter of survival for most businesses.
Working remotely is a trend that has grown tremendously over the past ten years. In fact, as of 2020, about 4.7 million people in the United States work from a home office and find remote work normal. Recently, countless more have joined the remote workforce as a response to the coronavirus. With lockdown orders in place, many people who’ve never worked virtually before are transitioning to an online setting.
In the last 15 years, I’ve generated less than one file cabinet drawer’s worth of paper. Most of that paper can be thrown out now, as everything is available online. None of us are strangers to the wonders of the internet at this point in our evolution, but it’s still no less remarkable. For many of us, the internet just kind of snuck up on us, but for others, the internet was attacked aggressively to achieve new possibilities. The latter applies to my business, Timesheets.com, and how I’m able to manage my 20 office-less workers and several thousand customers from my phone.