Budgeting & forecasting
Project status evaluation
Payroll & Billing
A weekly timesheet keeps track of the hours worked by an individual during a particular week, & tasks they worked on along with the amount of time they invest on each task. This data is used to keep a track of productivity, to charge customers, and to provide precise payroll.
How Does Timesheet Works?
A timesheet automatically records hours worked, breaks taken, and vacation days. After the information is collected, it is either stored in the system or forwarded to HR making it easy to keep track of work hours across projects.
Desklog keeps track of everything between the time a user logs in to the system and the time they log out. An organisation can use this information to generate useful documents such as reports, invoices, & others.
Desklog enables tracking of the tasks progress thereby assisting in creating the timesheet. It enables one to keep a track of time assigned for tasks and the duration spent on each task thereby making it easier to track project completion.
Task and project records in the timesheet have simplified productive hour calculation. It automatically records time overruns when a task is being done as well as the time spent on each task. This enables tracking time per task to manage workload effectively.
Desklog time tracking software generates various reports that can be useful for business performance analysis. To facilitate further analysis, these reports can be exported to Excel or PDF.
Benefits of Timesheet
Timesheet generates a weekly report that summarises time spent on different weekly tasks.
The progress and time spent on various tasks during the month can be determined by monthly reports.
The reports made available by timesheets can all be downloaded and viewed at any time.
By analysing all the reports provided by timesheets, trends and critical issues can be found and addressed.
Timesheets help to offer performance reviews by furnishing productivity summary.
They can be used to supervise how much time is spent on each task and to make sure that it is finished on schedule.