Once applicants have been accepted, we make use of Big Brother, a piece of software for tracking
working hours, which allows the monitoring:
- Search engine use
Big Brother can be used to set penalties
and restrictions based on various violations. For example, a 15 minute delay at the beginning
of the working day may be tolerated once, or even twice, but after that there could be a
dismissal. In a competitive market, lapses in concentration and long breaks cannot be accepted,
and the software prevents this without requiring the constant attention of a manager. Managers
can track situations where a particular provider is being underutilized, and send them specific
or urgent tasks accordingly, maximizing the usefulness of remote employees. The kind of work
performed during working hours can also be controlled, so that employees do not visit restricted
or undesirable websites, and sensitive information is protected. Preventing all of these
deviations means that working time paid for is performed as efficiently as possible, saving money.
This allows for the full and proper utilization of remote workers. Furthermore, rent and
equipment costs can be minimized in this way, as the cost of a programmer in capital is twice
as high as elsewhere in the country, making the hiring of remote workers an ideal solution.
The Mobile Employee module makes it possible to monitor and track the work of traveling staff. The module
is installed on the mobile phones of employees who are working in transit, such as couriers, measurers,
installers, and assemblers. The route is recorded using GPS, and data about the employee's movements,
the beginning and end of the working day, periods of inactivity, and time spent on tasks is sent to a
server. This makes it easier to identify deviations from the route, calculate idle time and measure
The module can be integrated with CRM systems, allowing the employer to assign tasks to employees and mark completed stages.