Does home office mean longer working hours and unoaid extra hours?


The report “Remote Working Market” made by shows that remote working means extended working hours. As many as 69 percent of those working remotely admit in the report that their working hours exceed the standard eight hours, that somewhere escapes both the employee and the employer (most often this happens in small companies, least often in the largest companies). But are this “real” extra hours?

We all know the scenario: coming to the office means coming to work, and this makes a clear distinction between “at work” time and “at home” time. In remote working however, it’s relatively easy to mix up work time and home time. Hence, employers are reluctant to charge extra hours with the (not always to be true) belief that remote working is less effective.

I have and use a tool that solves the problem – for both employees and employers. And it does it by simply tracking work time that in black and white shows „much work is at work”.

With WorkTime Expert:

– you will have knowledge of how much “work is at work” and here is an important note! “Work at work” is about 6 to 7 hours out of the standard 8 scheduled hours;

– you will clearly see if you do an extra hours and how many they are;

– Reliably collected data you will bring you conclusions: the program transforms data into valuable information and information into knowledge. This will help you increase your profits!

– you can generate a pdf or excel reports and

 – schedule your work in the task and calendar modules, which can be synchronized with Google Calendar.

All this in a simple program that works both online and offline.

Now it is your time to test it! 🙂