Managing your employees is never easy. It's made worse when they are not all located in your office. Your department could be made up of people working in another building, town or even from home. This makes communication rather tricky as they'll all be wanting to maximise their time, tasks, sales techniques and their holiday. Sometimes you might find that your employees seem to working in competition against each other, rather than combining forces to maximise your revenue streams.
TOMMIE is an online employee and staff management system that can be accessed from any web browser, on just about any computer, from any location. You can choose to add as many people as you require and they can input or have access to information provided by other people - sharing contacts, meetings, tasks and other info. You can track expenses, holiday requirements and more. The only downside is that it could prove expensive. A small company with only 30 employees might work out at around £90/month to run a TOMMIE-based management system.
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