As a manager, how hard is it to get your personnel to complete their daily or weekly employee timesheets? Be honest now!
Despite the frequent reminders, the software upgrades, and the initial training, your employees aren’t filling in their timesheets. What could you possibly do?
For whatever reason, a handful of your staff members refuse to submit their timesheets on time or accurately. Of course, without the timesheets, it will be difficult for them to get paid. It can seem like they don’t want to get paid and prefer to work for free. So, that’s good for you! But you’re not in business to take advantage of staffers who don’t know any better.
Your office can employ some simple but effective measures to see an increase in submissions.
Here are five tips to make your employee timesheet easy to complete:
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A working environment is supposed to be a safe and professional one. However, this isn’t always the case. Sometimes things can build and build until they explode and nobody may have seen the signs. It can be between two employees, but sometimes, it can also happen between an employee and a client.
A client may be going through an unbelievable amount of stress and something may be said by the employee (not to enrage the client) and it can set off a client. Things like this do happen and will continue to happen, so the best thing to do is to try and reduce such dangers. If necessary, you may have to take legal action and consult with an employment lawyer before the workplace tension escalates into violence.
Here are some helpful hints about workplace violence and how to handle it.