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Professions - Data Evaluation Polices

People of different professions use different set of programs during a working day. Some programs are common for all employees, like mail client or file manager. Some programs are profession-specific. Secretaries may use word processors. Designers frequent picture & image editing software. Managers may spend much time using spreadsheet software. It is favorable for employees to spend the majority of their time using these applications. This productive use of company-time boosts revenue. It follows that the ability to monitor the use of company time is crucial.

Efficiency Rate makes this possible. It is also flexible enough to categorize employees by scope of activity and group them in to the professions. A profession is the set of the rules applied to analyse employee efficiency, and use of company time. Efficiency Rate not only track time, but also calculates employee productivity.

 

List of Programs

A programs list is a dynamic set of the programs used by an employee during a working day. A programs list is filled up automatically by Efficiency Rate. For each program you can define benefits. Benefits can be positive, negative or neutral. If an employee’s work in the program is beneficial for the company, then the benefit has to be defined as positive, ranging from 1 to 10; If working in the program is of no use to the company then the benefit has to be defined as negative, ranging from -1 to -10, in case of a neutral effect, the then benefit is 0.

For example:

In case of a profession set for a secretary, you need to define the benefit for Word Processor program as positive, ranging from 1 to 10; for gaming programs you need to set the benefit as negative, ranging from -1 to -10;

Windows Explorer can be used to sample a program with neutral benefit.

It’s not necessary to set benefits for each and every program in the profession. generally, you need to set benefits only for programs that have significant influence on working processes within the company.

 

Time to think

Average amount of time expressed in minutes, an employee can spend within one hour to think over a current task and/or rest.

For example:

Secretary may spend on average from 10 to 20 minutes to read documents, so this time should be considered as time to think.

 

List of the employees

Employees are always attached to a profession. You can categorize employees by scope of activity and then assign employees to the profession. (Translator, Programmer, Secretary Etc.)

 

Working time

Working time is a timetable used to set employees working hours and number of working days in a week and to detect overtime and late arrival.

 

To add or modify polices use Precision Instruments System Center.

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