Time Logs and Project Management
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A time log is a record of employee activities or planned employee activities, usually relating to specific projects. Breathe’s time log and project management tool is a simple software feature allowing you to understand exactly where your employees’ time is going. Providing a step-by-step record of time-related data, time logs are the perfect way to track time spent on specific projects without having to implement a complete time management system.
The breathe time log system gives you an audit trail of employee time spent on specific projects at the touch of a button. A time log improves the process of planning work, helps estimate project lead times accurately, and ensures you can bill clients with precision.
Time logs are perfect for companies that need a quick and simple way to track overtime or record how long teams have spent working on a specific project or for a particular client. Breathe keeps you informed of project timelines, aids crucial business decision-making, and helps you manage your employees and projects better.
When everything’s in one place, and you have a great project management feature, tracking project costs is as simple as tracking time. With Breathe, it’s easy to keep an eye on your budgets, link an expense to a project or specific client, and charge applicable costs directly to the client.
Quickly and easily understand how each employee is spending their time. Breathe lets you monitor performance by activity level and gain a better understanding of how your team works, helping you to eliminate distractions and improve productivity. You can even identify tasks that are slowing projects down before they become an issue.