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How Facial Recognition makes Remote Work More Seamless and Less Distributed
Remote Work Challenges, by 2025, 22% of the workforce will work remotely
Remote workers report being 22% Happier at work and 30% more productive and engaged.
Since the beginning of COVID-19, 47% of businesses say remote work is here to stay and 47% have experienced burnout.
Loss of work/home boundaries and longer hours create new challenges.
75% of remote workers share that they experience stress and burnout at work.
43% are more likely to work over 40 hours a week, 37% report working longer hours than they did previously, 22% find it difficult to unplug from their jobs.
Remote work can lead to disorganization - lowering productivity and increasing stress and burnout
Lack of organization creates frustration and stress, further impacting workplace wellbeing
Teams struggle with project management and experience project delays
Lower quality work
Lack of direction, leading to attention becoming scattered
Feeling like nothing meaningful was done, despite a long or busy day
Distractions competing for your attention, making it hard to get tasks done
90% of Americans felt more refreshed after stepping away from their computer at lunch - They also had a more enjoyable workplace experience and higher productivity
The Benefits Of Automatic Time Tracking
The benefits of automatic time tracking
Time tracking can help employees:
- Identify where their time is being spent
- Track their long-term progress
- Take breaks and time off appropriately
- Prioritize what’s most important
- Focus better while working
- Organize their workday
For businesses, benefits of time tracking include:
- Transparency into work processes
- Increased accountability in employees
- Understanding of your billing and operational efficiency
- Knowledge where resource demand is the highest
- Tracking where the budget gets burned
In the US, filling timesheets wastes $7.4 billion a day in productivity - just from workers forgetting to log their hours
Common Time Tracking Challenges
82% of managers are concerned that remote working may reduce employee productivity and focus
Employees spend up to 4 hours a week on unproductive tasks
- 28% spend their time just checking and answering email
- 53% spend 3 or more hours per day on non-work activities
- 34% waste 2-5 hours a week on calls and meetings that achieve nothing
38% of employees still use traditional paper timesheets and punch cards in the US and 60% of companies with employees who work remotely are using monitoring software to track employee activity and productivity.
Time Tracking Tech
Simple note taking may work for small startups and businesses with few employees - where people arriving late will easily be noticed
Complete by either employees or supervisors, often using Excel or Google Sheets - inexpensive option but time-consuming for more than a handful of employees
Employees sign in by punching or swiping a card or use a RFID tag or QR code - simple and efficient for one location but become complex with remote employees
Fingerprint and iris scanners, and face recognition - verifies identity and time and eliminates need to keep track of key card
May be used to track delivery employees, door-to-door sellers, and others - often raises privacy concerns for employees
keystrokes, activity, and web cam monitoring keep track of working hours for remote employees
Facial recognition allows seamless time tracking, without distracting employees from their tasks or adding to your workload
Time tracking with facial recognition
- Facial recognition anywhere and anytime
- Anti-spoof detection: cannot be fooled by a photo, lookalike, video etc
- Works on both Android and Apple devices, even old ones
- Works via web browser
- Backed by AI and ML
Facial recognition for time tracking allows a distributed workforce more time and less busywork.
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