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    kozakor is offline Member
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    Does your office have a time record?

    There's a wild variation in the time that people work and get paid. Some people sit at a desk and work maybe 10 hours a week and talk and surf the web the rest of the time, leave early on certain days when they feel like it, take extended lunches ... other people literally bust their 40 hours a week. And in a lot of instances, those two people will get paid the same. As to your second point, there's people who make other's people lives miserable and the bottom line is money. I get harassed all of the time about it. If my bosses/owners had the option of me busting my and working 50 hours and making them $2000 a week or me sitting on my and somehow making them $3000 a week, you'd better believe they'd take the $3000 a week and leave me alone... Either your boss wants to whip you harder or she wants to look good, either way so she can make more $. Get used to it, it will always be that way.

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    The level of income is important for each employee. Our standard of living depends on it.
    I'm a fralancer and I work for myself. But it doesn't always make a lot of money either.

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    Re: Does your office have a time record?

    Every company has time records. Working hours is what the staff is paid for. We have an automated accounting of working hours in our company. This has become real with the BrainyHR program. This program also takes into account vacations, sick leave, etc.
    On Brainyhr.io site you can explore in detail all the possibilities of this program.

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    Re: Does your office have a time record?

    Quote Originally Posted by cabaccum View Post
    The level of income is important for each employee. Our standard of living depends on it.
    I'm a fralancer and I work for myself. But it doesn't always make a lot of money either.
    Yes, a freelancer will be motivated to work well, but if this is an employee with a stable salary?? In this case, hшы task is to extend this process. How did you solve the issue with this?

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    I believe that the current pay rate makes us more angry, aggressive, and dependent because we can be more productive than our ancestors. We are more efficient in finding and offering unusual solutions. We have a lot of information and, as a result, we have more options for how to proceed. Yet, the person at the workplace is more or less like a trained monkey and can't learn to work consciously and productively. Part of me is grateful that I was sent to work remotely from home during the lockdown, like many other employees. Our chief prefers to control how much each team member actually works. He started using the worktime software tracker, and we were amazed that the time spent on a laptop didn't equal the real benefit for the project and the development of any product.
    Thanks to this program, I'm, of course, unhappy that I'm being watched, but I don't have anything to hide, so I honestly just work 6 hours a day and get my salary. One time I worked 4-5 hours a day, my boss saw that it didn't affect the team's efficiency, he gave me a bonus for another 1-2 working hours a day.
    I really think it's a good idea to work less and get more money.
    That is the essence of any business as a product, service, or personal brand.

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