The purpose of this case study is to investigate the relationship between employee attendance and productivity within an organization. It will analyze the existing attendance system and the impact which employee attendance has had on the productivity of the organization. The study will explore the various ways in which employee attendance app can be managed to ensure maximum productivity.
This case study looks at an organization located in the United States, with approximately 500 employees. The organization manufactures a variety of products and services. It operates on a global scale, with customers in over 40 countries. The organization has been in existence for over 20 years and is known for its excellent customer service and cutting-edge technology.
The problem statement of this case study is to investigate the relationship between employee attendance and productivity. Specifically, the case study will investigate how the existing attendance tracking system has impacted productivity in the organization and how the employee attendance and productivity can be further improved.
A literature review was carried out on employee attendance and productivity. Several studies have found that employee attendance is an important factor in determining organizational productivity. Studies have shown that increased employee engagement and satisfaction leads to increased productivity. Furthermore, studies have found that absenteeism negatively impacts organizational performance.
The research methodology used in this case study was a qualitative approach. Data was collected by conducting interviews and focus groups with employees and management. Additionally, surveys were used to gain insight into the opinions and views of employees on the existing Tablet based biometric attendance system and how it impacts their productivity.
The findings of this case study indicate that employee attendance has a significant impact on the productivity of the organization. The current attendance system is not efficient, which leads to unnecessary staff absences and a lack of staff engagement. Employees are not adequately informed of the attendance system and their rights and responsibilities. Additionally, the current system does not adequately address absenteeism.
This case study concluded that the relationship between employee attendance and productivity is significant. The existing attendance system should be improved to ensure greater efficiency, better communication, and better enforcement of attendance regulations.
The discussion focused on the importance of employee attendance in achieving organizational productivity. It was highlighted that attendance policies should be designed to encourage regular attendance. Additionally, the discussion emphasized the need to provide incentives to employees to ensure high attendance.
The recommendations offered in this case study include: implementing an improved attendance system; providing better communication regarding the attendance system; and creating incentives for employees to stay engaged in their work.
The case study examined the relationship between employee attendance system and productivity. The benefits of a well-managed attendance system were highlighted and the importance of creating an effective system was emphasized. Additionally, the study identified the need for better communication regarding the attendance system and the need to recognize employees for their attendance achievements. Overall, it was concluded that employee attendance is an important factor in achieving organizational productivity.