TIMATE is now extending its solution with a new module. It enables a daily assessment of employees, teams and processes in enterprises. The working day summary data allow employers to identify management issues on the spot as well as implement necessary changes and assess the quality of work.
The new module evaluates how teams and businesses function on an ongoing basis within six areas: time and attendance, use of the working time, safety, task performance, results and management.
The assessment module makes use of the data collected by the TIMATE system. At the end of each working day, team leaders and members are provided with a summary of actions within several areas. Each area has its own icon under which the employee card displays a pictogram: a smiling face, an indifferent face or a sad face. In this way, employees can see right away whether they have managed to perform the planned tasks, whether they have been following all the safety rules and whether they have been punctual, explains Sebastian Młodziński, CEO at TIMATE.
The assessment system can provide the basis for a motivation program. A positive assessment can result in granting points which will then be converted into bonuses and rewards.
Thanks to such a solution employees are more eager and committed, because everyday they clearly see how the work they do translates into assessment and the resulting benefits, adds Sebastian Młodziński. However, our system does not only support employee recognition and appreciation, but it also identifies problems in the company’s operations. That is why employee cards display the assessment of the entire team and its management level. The team leader can instantly identify which operating area of his or her group is defective in any way. The application enables an in-depth analysis of the data in order to determine which elements need improvement.
The instant and comprehensive evaluation allows managers to quickly respond to emerging problems through a relevant modification of production and business processes, thereby achieving higher efficiency and real savings.
Employees who get current information about the quality of their work and who see how this quality converts into bonuses are more motivated to perform their daily tasks better. As a result, the company’s operation are enhanced in a bottom-up model. Such changes implemented by employees on their own initiative are certainly more effective and permanent, adds TIMATE’s CEO.
The modification of processes in real time based on daily data instead of assessments performed once a quarter or so will result in actual and concrete benefits for the enterprise. TIMATE’s calculations indicate that changes in the way the working time is used (e.g. shortening the lunch or cigarette breaks which exceed the statutory time) can save as much as PLN 2,000 per year per employee.
The new assessment module is now available to the existing and future users of TIMATE.