79% of Companies Monitor Office Attendance

Office attendance

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the landscape of office attendance has undergone significant transformation, prompting companies to reevaluate their policies and practices regarding employees’ physical presence in the workplace. The post-pandemic era has sparked extensive discussions on the optimal balance between remote work and in-office collaboration, leading some companies to mandate a return to the office while others adopt hybrid models with designated office days. Amidst these shifts, a pressing challenge arises the need for accurate and efficient methods of tracking employee attendance. As organizations navigate the complexities of hybrid work arrangements, ensuring visibility into who is in the office and when becomes paramount for fostering productivity, collaboration, and resource optimization.

From Remote to Office: A Successful Return-to-Office Policy

Return-to-office policy

In the ever-evolving landscape of work, adaptability is key. As the world strides towards recovery, companies face the challenge of orchestrating a smooth transition from remote work back to the physical office space. This is where a well-structured Return-to-Office policy steps in, acting as a guiding light for both employers and employees in this transformative journey.

Back to Office vs. Flexibility: Making the Right Decision

Back to office

The last three years have changed the way we work in countless ways. One of the most significant changes has been the rise of remote and hybrid work models, which offer employees more flexibility in how, when, and where they work. For many workers, the ability to work from home or have a more flexible work schedule has been a game changer, allowing them to balance their personal and professional lives better.