About This Resource
Precise and accurate understanding of your employees’ work is critical in managing the workforce properly. Underestimating the importance and breadth of what that entails can be extremely costly for the government and for the taxpayer.
Before anything else, the work needs to be done and recorded. While the employees take care of the doing, it is up to management to take care of recording and handling that data. Tracking employee time and labor is an evolving and varied process that involves more than simply recording and storing data.
Employees might be balancing multiple jobs, locations, departments or more, and it is up to management to make sure everything is in order. On top of that, there are often individualized negotiations or contracts that require small but important changes to some employees that don’t affect the rest.
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