How companies can effectively organize remote work during the quarantine period

how to work in quarantine

The coronavirus pandemic brought many changes to the existence of all mankind. During this period, it is important to care about your health, as well as follow all recommendations and preventive measures. But what if the deadline for an important project is literally breathing down your neck, and the office is already closed for quarantine? A reliable and simple time tracker Checkiant will give the answer, how not to lose the productivity of the entire team and organize the workflow of remote employees. And now Checkiant is free for everyone for 1 month.

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Free use of Checkiant time tracker for 1 month

free time tracker Checkiant

The quarantine caused an unplanned failure in the working regime of many companies. We sincerely want to help make the transition to remote work as easy as possible. Therefore, we provide all companies and individuals who have been forced to switch to remote work with free access for 1 month to our product - Checkiant time tracker.

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Top 12 programs for remote work during the quarantine

a program for remote work

Due to the spread of the coronavirus epidemic, the offices are closed for quarantine. The abrupt shutdown of many enterprises leads to serious consequences in the economy. To save the workflow, many companies offer employees remote work at home during the quarantine period using a variety of remote programs.

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Top 10 factors that affect productivity

factors that affect productivity

Have you been working for a long time, but you still haven't achieved results? The fact is that we don't know all the factors that affect our productivity. We miss a lot of important details during our work.

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How to cope with chronic fatigue at work

How to cope with chronic fatigue

When we get a new interesting job, we are always full of enthusiasm and start solving even the most difficult tasks. But when a favorite business ceases to bring former joy, we risk adding to the ranks of "burned out" employees. At best, we lose the desire to work, and at worst - get a chronic fatigue syndrome.

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