DeskTime introduces a new feature – web-based time tracking. Using web-based time tracking is the best way to track your everyday activities and maintain a healthy work-life balance. Give it a try!
While talk about pay transparency has been ongoing for decades in the context of the gender pay gap and fair remuneration, employees have gotten fed up with opaque hiring processes and salary negotiations. Accordingly, with more people speaking out, pay transparency has become a hot topic.
So, what is pay transparency, why is everyone talking about it, and what does it mean for employers?
The pandemic has introduced us to many new social & work trends. One of them is the phenomenon of boomerang employees – a result of the Great Resignation.
What is a boomerang employee and why it’s a great idea to hire one?
It’s perfect if you have the opportunity to go for a walk or squeeze in a gym workout in your work hours. But not all days – and not all workplaces – allow us such freedom. In this post, we propose 7 types of healthy physical activities you can do without leaving your home.
We all have that one guilty pleasure – the No. 1 distracting app stealing our time at work.
However, our time thieves differ, making us wonder if our most used unproductive apps say something about us.
We dived into exploration and found some interesting details.
DeskTime loves productivity research and experiments. Over the years we’ve organized quite a few studies and published our finds.
So, if you’re a bit of a data geek, same as we are, this summary of DeskTime’s studies will be a great read for you.
Spoiler alert: yes, it is. Our latest study shows 1.07% of US employees take a day off on Black Friday. It’s no secret that Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping events of the year. What started as a campaign to get the post-Thanksgiving crowds into shops has now become a global phenomenon, with…
One of the common issues many nonprofit organizations run into is ineffective time management. It may seem that volunteer time tracking is less needed than tracking the time of employees in a regular business since volunteers dedicate their time for free. However, several nonprofit time tracking aspects can be really helpful to charity organizations, saving them time and freeing resources to use for their main cause.