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

Subject: RE: Accounting for TW time (Was Re: Most dreaded part of the job? )
From: "Beilby, Margaret" <MBeilby -at- ebuilt -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 14:31:53 -0800

1. Do you work for small/medium/large company?
2. What is your role in TW?
3. Is this required of other groups as well as TW?
4. Are you a lone TW or TW working in a group?
In a group
5. What is your geographical locale?
Southern California
6. Is the report information used by management to measure productivity
and/or ROI-type*
7. We are consultants who work on both fixed price and T&E projects. Most of
this information is used to measure productivity (for hiring, layoffs, etc.)
and to make better project/cost estimates. However, I've been doing this 20
years and have always had to provide time sheet information whether the
company was a consulting group or not.


Margaret Beilby
mbeilby -at- ebuilt -dot- com

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