Time Management

Time management tips & tricks. Productivity hacks.

Take A Break From E-mails

2018-01-19T14:09:41+00:00

  There is no one else than Kamil Rudnicki, CEO of Time Solutions LLC and the developer of TimeCamp, a time management tool, who can boast of such a long usage of the software. During 10 years of TC maintenance, at first privately by the owner himself, then commercially by more than 70 thousand users, the CEO has tracked all his computer activity. Therefore, he is probably the only person in the world who is able to determine which of computer applications or processes he has used most often. Taking into consideration that entire period, including both professional and non-professional activities, it turns out (basing on computer activity reports delivered by TC) that Kamil Rudnicki spent over 55% of his time browsing… his own inbox. This particular case study of […]

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Best Attendance Tracker

2018-01-16T13:58:58+00:00

Best Attendance Tracker The internet is filled with varied applications and software which are there to enhance our daily work. Attendance trackers are one of them. But how to choose from such a wide offer? Which is the most suitable? Precise time and attendance management, and collecting accurate time data are the crucial factors for compliance with the company’s rules on attendance and time off. And this can be done only with the proper software. Today we present 6 best attendance trackers. Take a look and choose the right one for your company. #1 TimeCamp How does it work? TimeCamp is a time tracking software (of course, we couldn’t miss this one here) but not only. So why use such a software as an attendance tool? Because thanks to the accurate measurement of […]

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Odyssey 1999. Bill Gates The Prophet

2018-01-05T12:54:25+00:00

There is a mesmerizing book “Business @ the Speed of Thought: Using a Digital Nervous System” published by Bill Gates in 1999. It is so intriguing because it deals with 15 predictions about the future, which might seem a bit shocking and unrealistic at the time. Today we already know that they were not only very realistic but also many of them simply proved to be almost 100% successful. 1. Comparison Shopping Websites Prediction: “Automated price comparison services will be developed, allowing people to see prices across multiple websites, making it effortless to find the cheapest product for all industries.” Reality: And they were. The way comparison shopping websites operate exactly as Gates predicted, making our lives much easier. 2. Mobile Devices Prediction: “People will carry around small devices that […]

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The Modern Approach To Labor Costs

2017-12-29T16:09:49+00:00

  Personnel costs (often limited to wages) can be defined as human labor input necessary to manufacture a product or deliver a service in a given enterprise. Planned personnel costs are created by multiplying the amount of working time by rates of pay. In addition to labor expenditures directly related to the production of particular goods or delivering services, personnel costs also include labor expenditures on so-called “indirect personnel costs.” They consist of funds for rewards for employees, protection of and meeting the social needs of employees. The increase in labor productivity, mainly due to technical progress, leads to a reduction in the workload per unit of product. Improvements in productivity can be compensated by raises for employees. In the result, personnel costs will remain stable. In short, an employer […]

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How To Unleash The Creativity Of An Employee?

2017-12-21T16:29:47+00:00

Every manager can find at least one person on their team who would prefer to follow the superior’s instructions rather than be creative. Why does it happen? The problem is not an A boss demonstrates a tendency towards addressing the subordinates impersonally, commenting about them instead of the issue in question: “you always do so,” “you had to do so,” “you can’t do it…“ The boss’s mood, his/her authoritarianism, and firmness deprive employees of the sense of security and stability. In such circumstances, the employee is not able to satisfy his/her higher values, such as self-fulfillment, and instead, (s)he tries to develop a stable position in a group and good relationships with the superiors. Such an arrangement creates a vicious circle in which an enslaved employee makes himself or herself […]

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The Approach To Work In The Future – What Can We Expect?

2017-12-18T12:08:54+00:00

At present, we are undergoing one of the greatest revolutions of working processes in the company and the approach to an employee. According to Oxford scientists, more than half of today’s occupations will disappear in the next two decades. The concept of work and the process of company and employee development often deviate from the vision instilled in minds of our parents and grandparents. Grandchildren are usually unable to explain to their grandparents what their work is all about. The problem is not only new technologies but also the approach to the development of the company and its employees. In this article, we will try to describe the main changes that have taken place in this area over the years. Improve processes and not just grow In today’s business world,  […]

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We Doubled Our Revenues, And We Have 140.000 Users. TimeCamp’s Summary Of 2017

2017-12-11T16:41:04+00:00

Through 2017, we have been working on a new version of the software, which we called TimeCamp 3.0. The work is almost done, and at the beginning of 2018, we hope to offer our customers the enhanced version of our product, enriched with project and task management support. That means a completely new market for us. You are now reading the next text summarizing the passing year. We asked members of the Polish start-ups to tell us what they achieved in 2017. If you want to read other articles on this topic, please click here. In the photo: Paweł Kijko, the Chief Marketing Officer at TimeCamp Creating a new version of TC is, in fact, the biggest challenge we faced in 2017. But that is not all, of course. We […]

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Why Employees Don’t Want To Work And Leave The Company?

2017-11-23T17:33:01+00:00

If you were curious enough to analyze all reasons for quitting a job, you would discover that very few of them result directly from heavy workloads. According to Brigette Hyancinth, the real and major reasons for the lack of loyalty in the corporation are: inflexible working time, coffee/meal breaks, holidays, limited time spent with the family or time spent on education; infringement of the rules relating to private time for employees – requests for, or even orders, to work after hours, telephones on weekends or holidays, etc.; company’s lack of interest in the personal development of employees; treating people through the prism of their results and numbers; managers blaming employees for their own failures and not defending them when a need arises; the loss of confidence in the work of […]

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