UK-based security firm 3ami, whose MAS computer monitoring software keeps track of employee computer activity, says that employers should concentrate on the positive benefits of the software which can help with the development and morale of their workforce, despite media focus on the privacy issues of employee monitoring.
While 3ami’s PC monitoring software will highlight evidence of computer system misuse or illegal activity, employers can also use MAS to identify training needs amongst employees and to highlight exceptional levels of work. By using system auditing in order to track usage of computer applications, hardware and email as well as keystrokes and calculate average work rates and average time to complete specific tasks, employers can accurately assess where employees take too long to perform a particular activity, indicating that they need additional training.
Improving Employee Satisfaction
MAS will also identify where employee productivity is lower than expected which might indicate poor morale, enabling businesses to implement changes which will improve employee satisfaction. The computer monitoring software can even be used as an accurate measurement of productivity levels in determining where a particularly hard-working employee should be rewarded with a promotion or a salary rise.
Positive Benefits of Employee Monitoring
Tim Ellsmore, Managing Director of 3ami explains, “Employee monitoring software has many positive benefits for both employers and employees. Using MAS you can identify when an employee is clearly doing exceptional levels of work, enabling the development of bonus systems to reward productivity. When employees feel valued and know that their hard work will be acknowledged, businesses will have less need to use our software as evidence in disciplinary proceedings, or worse, legal proceedings.”
The MAS system was developed by security experts 3ami to enable businesses to maintain secure, tamper-proof records of all user computer activity. The software was built to be easy to install and operate and will identify potential security threats and produce reliable records for use by businesses in the event of a dispute or legal claim.
For more information please email 3ami now (email@example.com) or call on +44(0)1695 738003
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