Employee Inspector is a powerful employee monitoring solution, which allows you to watch employee screen at anytime, inspect which web sites they visit, analyze how much time they spend for their personal activity at work - the goal is to detect how much they work and how much they "goof".
Abuse of Internet privileges and inappropriate usage of computer - and, as a result, low productivity, have become a major problem of any business today.
In a survey of 1439 workers by Vault.com, an online analyst firm, 37% admitted to surfing constantly at work, 32% surfed a few times a day, and 21 % surfed a few times a week. Specifically: accessing pornography (42%), online chatting (13%), gaming (12%), sports (8%), investing (7%), and shopping at work (7%).
If you feel that your company is experiencing low employee productivity due to abuse of internet or other inappropriate employee activity at their working computer - you should consider taking some counter-measures. First of all, you need information.
Employee Inspector is easy to install and use software, which will help you to be always aware of your employees activity.
You'll be able to look, in real-time (just like with a surveillance camera), at any of your employees' PC screen - to get an overall impression what they are doing currently - and to have "hard data" on hands, you'll get brief statistical reports, summarizing employee's activity for a time period (how much time they were actively working at their PC, which websites did they visit, which programs did they use most, and so on).
Employee Inspector is a free trial software application from the Other subcategory, part of the Business category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2006-12-08. The program can be installed on Windows.
Employee Inspector (version 1.6) has a file size of 8.27 MB and is available for download from our website.
Just click the green Download button above to start. Until now the program was downloaded 268 times.
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