Now that we’re a few weeks into 2013, you might feel your enthusiasm towards your personal and professional New Year’s Resolutions starting to wane. As with most resolutions, the initial motivation you felt at setting these yearly goals begins starts to fade as the reality of turning thoughts into actions begins to sap your energy.
Businesses today have many different types of workers – there’s the funny guy who’s always making jokes, the serious one who looks like he’s about to burst from stress, and even the cool kid who’s always playing the latest indie record from his desk. But when it comes down to it, all of these different personality types fall into the only two categories that employers need to care about: busy workers and effective workers.
Got a workforce that isn’t measuring up to your expectations? Concerned that your employees are wasting time on the company clock and holding your entire company back from meeting its overall goals?
The start of the New Year is a great time to evaluate whether or not your small business is using the tools needed to maximize your productivity and success. So if it’s been a while since you’ve given your chosen software tools a thorough examination, take a minute to determine whether the following tool type needs are being met within your organization:
According to research conducted by the Forrester agency, as many as 63 million workers in the US alone may participate in remote work arrangements by the year 2016. But beyond this point, this trend is only expected to continue as advances in technology allow employers to draw from a wider pool of national and international talent, and as employees take advantage of desirable flexible work arrangements that accommodate various lifestyle needs.
We spend a lot of time to make time tracking as accurate as possible. That is why we don’t know if this is positive or negative feedback, but we decided to do something about it. “Yast is too accurate! When making a report for my client, I don’t want it to say I worked 1:58 hours. I want it to say 2:00 hours, but I still want to keep the 1:58 for my personal records”. We got good news. It can be done!
Several users have asked us for more instructional videos and tutorials. We have started this process and made some tutorials for you. We will continue to make more, but here are some basics to get started.
Training video 1: Tracking Time
Training video 2: Building Your Project Structure
Training video 3: Making a Standard Report
Training video 4: Using Settings
Training video 5: Create a Business Account
Training video 6: Getting started on a Business Account
Training video 7: Ninja Tricks
Learn how to use some of the features we define as Yast ninja tricks for Yast savvy users (Fullscreen recommended):