Most of us do our timesheets because we have to and because the result of doing our few minutes of work entering data pays back bigger dividends to both ourselves and to the organization we’re doing the timesheet. Here at HMS, our technical staff are asked often about the best practices for timesheet use.
HMS maintains a portal of materials that will help you get the most out of timesheeting with TimeControl.
The resource center is divided so you can focus on practices for the whole organization or individual best practies. The Timesheet Best Practices Portal has tips, techniques and materials that are identified as being more useful from the organizational or individual perspective.
One of the more popular areas is the Timesheet Best Practices Q & A page. Ever wondered just how much time is too much to spend on entering your timesheet? Do you question just how much detail is productive in a timesheet? Or, perhaps you’re wondering if it makes sense to track the start and stop times of the day along with the durations for each task? You’ll find answers to these and other questions in the portal.
There are many materials in the Best Practices Solution Portal including white papers on how to increase resource capacity through better timesheet practices, guidance for executives on how a timesheet system can benefit the organization, webcasts of how to be effective with your timesheet system and even a blank timesheet process template for creating your own timesheet process.
Access to the Timesheet Best Practices Solution Portal is free. Some materials may require registering and logging into the timecontrol.com website which is also free.
To access the Timesheet Best Practices website, visit www.timecontrol.com/resources/best-practices.