The health crisis caused by COVID-19 paralysed the world.
Some businesses went out of business, others reinvented themselves by creating online shops and others had no choice but to homework in order to move forward.
According to the 2019 Labour Force Survey, the percentage of people working from home did not exceed 5%.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, companies that were able to bet on teleworking did so and almost 20% of employed people worked from home during the confinement.
However, this percentage has decreased to the present day, standing at around 12%.
Although presence is returning to its levels, we cannot ignore the fact that the number of people homeworking is higher than before the pandemic. There are also people who decided to follow a hybrid model and combine some days in the office with working from home (at least 30% of the working day). In this way, more flexibility is achieved to reconcile work and family life without losing the links with colleagues and companies at work.
In this way, companies have to adapt to the new ways of working, but they are faced with problems such as the lack of digitalisation of the Human Resources Department. As a result of the Government's requirement to demand reports to ensure that the working day is completed, companies need a time and attendance register where workers mark the start and end of the hours worked. But how can teleworkers keep these records?
Thanks to the use of digital resources such as Fitxem, it is easier to record the working day, since, being an online platform, it does not require the installation of any device and the record can be made from anywhere.
The diversity offered by Fitxem is essential, as it is compatible with any form of work: whether you work in person, at home or with a hybrid model, you can track your hours with a single device.