Accounting for TW time (Was Re: Most dreaded part of the job?)

Subject: Accounting for TW time (Was Re: Most dreaded part of the job?)
From: "Laura A Mac Lemale" <lmaclemale -at- paychex -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 16:59:45 -0500

Karen, et al,

Hmmm...Interesting implication. Just curious--how many TWs out there have to keep a
formal report similar to the one Karen mentioned?

And if you do, a few questions if you have a moment:

__Do you work for small/medium/large company?__
__What is your role in TW (i.e., "captive," contractor, manager, company owner, or
__Is this required of other groups as well as TW (i.e., Development, Project Management,
__Are you a lone TW or TW working in a group?__
__What is your geographical locale?__
__Is the report information used by management to measure productivity and/or ROI-type*
__Any other comments?__

I have heard rumblings on this issue recently, and wondered if it was becoming standard
procedure. I'd like to hear any of your comments on this topic....

Thanks for any information,

Laura (Just trying to get through the end of a looooong Wednesday...)

*ROI = Return on Investment

"Karen E. Black" wrote (in response to previous thread):

> And dealing with the difficulty of inputting "Nothing" in the daily time
> report.

Laura MacLemale
Technical Writer, EDV
Paychex HRS Operations
(585) 336-6515
lmaclemale -at- paychex -dot- com

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this message represent those of the sender and not of
Paychex, Inc.

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