Did you know that 75% of remote workers experience stress and burnout at work? 43% are more likely to work over 40 hours a week, and 37% report working longer hours than they did previously in an office. What can be most distressing for remote workers is that 22% find it difficult to unplug from their jobs. All of these factors together can lead to disorganization and lower quality work.
In order to reduce the stress on remote workers, many companies are implementing new time tracking technologies. Time tracking allows employees to see exactly where they are spending their time during the work day. This can shed light on the amount of time they are spending on menial tasks such as going through emails or sitting on unproductive calls. Employees can also use these systems to organize their day to be more efficient in the work they are completing, as well as schedule times for breaks away from their screens. As a result, remote workers can prioritize their tasks, focus better while working, and feel more organized overall.
Remote work is becoming more desirable for employees across the country. Using time tracking technology can ensure that the quality of work is not being affected even while employees are not in the office. Learn more about the benefits of time tracking technology in the infographic below: