- Install protective software.
- Choose strong passwords.
- Backup your computer.
- Control access to your machine.
- Use email and the internet safely.
- Use secure connections.
- Protect sensitive data.
- Use desktop firewalls.
- Most importantly, stay informed.
Imagine this scenario. An employer is at a business conference or on a well-deserved vacation in a different part of the world. As he or she tries to focus on what is going on there, questions about what might be going on in the office keep interrupting that focus.“Are my employees at work today?” “Are they really doing the things necessary to keep the business going?” “Would they abandon the office before close of business?”
Without a doubt, one of the biggest challenges employers face as they manage their staff is the availability of an effective workforce monitoring system that supports the organization’s business goals.
In today’s fast growing world, an employer can leverage easily accessible technology to conveniently monitor his/her workforce remotely without stress. So, employers have no need to worry whether they are on vacation or have multiple office locations. Now, they can centrally monitor workforce attendance and timely dispatch of duties through their smart devices such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops.
The TAMS HRM is a complete smart human resources solution that comes with an assortment of human resources modules such as time attendance, shift management, direct remittance payroll system (Loan/Salary Processing), leave and exemption management, appraisal, recruitment (job cloud), Communication, and so much more.
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Employees’ attendance at the place of work and time spent doing the work are critical to an organization’s operational efficiency. While it is a known fact that attendance can be affected by lateness, absenteeism, abscondment, laxity and the likes, most organizations are at a loss as to the most effective methods or tools to accurately record, store and process employee attendance.
Organizations that use manual log books often overpay employees due to manual calculations which become even more tedious when calculating total number of hours worked, lateness, absenteeism and so on, at the end of the month when salaries are being prepared.
However, the question often arises if time attendance systems really save cost. When one considers the research findings that up to twenty-five per cent of an organization’s salary bills are, in real terms, unjustifiable due to employees’ lackadaisical attitude towards punctuality.
A time and attendance system provides many benefits to organizations against the backdrop that a maximized and organized means of tracking operational time leads to a high rate of employee return on investment (ROI). This brings about growth as it enables an employer to have full control of and effectively direct employees’ working hours towards achieving organizational goals. Attendance tracking goes beyond having an automated clock-in but total human resource management system such as payroll, appraisal, leave, exemption among others. Therefore, having a time and attendance HRM system is invaluable for organizations of different sizes- small, medium or large scale- to effectively track performance.
Performance Appraisal is the systematic evaluation of employees performance and to understand the abilities of a person (employee) for further growth and development. Performance appraisal is generally done in systematic ways which are as follows:
Objectives of Performance Appraisal
Performance Appraisal can be done with the following objectives in mind:
Advantages of Performance Appraisal
It is said that performance appraisal is an investment for the company which can be justified by following advantages:
Are you finding it difficult to appraise your staff, try TAMS Appraisal system for proper staff evaluation. Click https://www.tams.com.ng/appraisal-system/ to see more.
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Here are some simple tips for every commuter during rainy days.
1. Never forget to bring your umbrella or rain coat.
2. Bring an extra shirt. In case you get got drenched in the rain, you can change to dry clothes and prevent getting sick.
3. Bring resealable plastic bags to keep your mobile phones and other valuables dry.
4. Check the weather and traffic reports before leaving your home or workplace, via television, radio, Internet, or mobile apps.
5. Have alternative plans for travel. Take alternate routes to avoid flooded areas. Also, have a contingency plan if certain modes of transportation became unavailable because of the effects of heavy rain.
6. Always prioritize your safety in the face of stormy or rainy weather. Always consider your safety before going out of your office or your home. Wait for the rain to stop. Or it might be better to not leave home that day. Better safe than sick or sorry. Decide to be safe.
Stay dry and stay safe!