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Read about productivity benchmarks for legal services compiled over a six month period comprising 446,020 hours across 892 anonymized employees
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When properly measured, analyzed and applied, workforce analytics can help teams identify barriers to working effectively and make improvements grounded in a fair and supportive culture.
We've compiled a list of productivity benchmarks for the Financial Services industry and analyzed data from 11,215,560 hours across 11,252 financial services employees to generate a benchmark guide for productive time.
Is your sales team missing out on valuable insights on how reps do their best work? Here are four ways ActivTrak can help your team achieve greater success.
Employee privacy laws are always changing but transparency is always the best policy.
The culture of work is changing. Employees want flexibility but employers still need productivity. Can we actually have both?
Learn how our evolving working world affects executives and how they can overcome obstacles and build trust with workforce analytics, all while keeping data privacy in mind.
The growing adoption of a work-from-anywhere business model provides more flexibility than ever before. But with this newfound flexibility also comes challenges that threaten our ability to stay focused and productive in new environments.
In part three of our blog series, we discuss three ways to make sure your workforce analytics tool is implemented successfully and effectively.
Human resources professionals play a key role in protecting employee data privacy. Discover how HR teams can take a privacy-first approach to workforce analytics.
Learn how workforce analytics can help leaders improve employee engagement and alignment for better business outcomes.
While claims of productivity gains dominate headlines, they often fail to recognize the staggering increase in employee burnout, drastic drops in employee engagement, emerging workplace biases, and disproportionate impacts across employee groups.
Building a culture of appreciation and engagement is more important now than ever before. And while showing love is certainly on our brains this Valentine’s Day, we’ve been thinking about this topic for a while.
Making claims about how well we maintained productivity at home in 2020 while ignoring employees’ cries for help regarding burnout, social isolation and feelings of disconnectedness would only further prevent us and others from identifying real solutions for healthy productivity and habits in the new workplace.