Some companies turn to time tracking to improve performance and project profitability. Others are legally obliged to record all working hours. Many simply use it to get paid accurately. Whatever time tracking means for you, it won’t work unless your people actually buy into it.
This handbook provides a simple structure for implementing employee time tracking the right way, helping you work out:
What you want to get from time tracking
How to secure employee buy-in and trust
How to roll out time tracking to your team
What to look out for when picking a tool
Who are we
We hate time tracking. That is, the process of time tracking. We don’t believe anyone should have to waste time getting essential insights on how their business spends its most fundamental resource. So we created Timely — the world’s first fully automatic time tracking tool, that tracks what you work on and uses AI to help you make sense of it.
Having helped more than 5,000 businesses across 160 countries introduce employee time tracking successfully, we’ve learned a thing or two about what it takes. This handbook distills what we know so far.