See When Each Employee Comes and Leaves
You set the workspace schedule and WebWork does the rest. When team members start the tracker, it automatically records the start time. And when the tracker is turned off for the day, WebWork considers it the end of the workday.
Pop Ups Are Always on the Watch
Whenever employees start work later than scheduled, they get a pop up on their desktop app asking for the reason for being late. The same goes for leaving work earlier than scheduled.
Without writing the reason, the pop up cannot be closed. This way you can rest assured that you’ll always know why an employee has deviations in their attendance. The pop ups can always be enabled and disabled by the owner in their settings.
Visually Appealing Attendance Data
You get detailed reports with all attendance metrics. The start and finish times are presented on a dashboard along with the total worked hours.
The reasons for being late or leaving early are also available on the reports page. Simply hover your mouse over the comment bubble and see the reason.
Attendance Tracking on Any Platform
Do you need to work online or offline? Do you prefer to work on web platforms? Or do you think nothing can beat desktop apps?
WebWork has got your back. It works both online and offline. It has a web, a desktop, a mobile version and a Chrome Extension. Track attendance on the platform you feel most comfortable at.
Experience WebWork to the Fullest
Screenshots enable you to see the whole process of a project’s execution. With the right mode on, they capture the screen at a 10-minute interval and provide you with a granular view of your employees’ work process. Depending on project type and preference, they can be turned off or you can change the mode to blurred.
WebWork also provides you with data on productive or nonproductive app and website usage. What this feature does is give you an idea on how much time employees spend or waste during working hours on non-work-related activities.
By counting the number of keystrokes and mouse clicks, WebWork decides the activity level of employees. In the reports section, you can see the activity levels with green, yellow, and red for showing high, medium and low activity levels respectively.
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What time zone is attendance tracking based on
The owner of the team can set a “system time zone”. In this case the time zone
becomes the same for all employees and attendance will be based on “system time
If, however, the owner does not set a “system time zone”, every employee will have their attendance reports according to UTC±00:00.
Are split shifts available?
We are currently working on making attendance tracking in different time zones
Stay tuned! Split shifts will be here soon!
Where can I see attendance deviations of employees?
The deviations can be found in the “Attendance” section, along with comments about the reason of being late or leaving early. These data are available to the owner and the managers.
What happens when employees are late from their fixed attendance hours?
The owner can set “Allowed Deviation” time for their employees. When an employee is
late or leaves early in this set timeframe, no deviation from attendance will be
Otherwise, employees will get a popup asking for the reason for being late or leaving early. Note that the popup cannot be closed without writing the reason.
Can employees track during non-working days/hours?
Yes. If the owner enables tracking on non-working hours, employees will be able to track their work. However, if that function is disabled, the tracker will not start during non-working hours and days.