We at ChanJit know how important your time is. Effective time management is one of the biggest workplace problems.
So to help you, we've put together a few tips for managing your time at work, both for the employee and for the manager.

    For the employee

  • Work for concentrated periods of time
    • Try to coordinate computer hours in the morning and plan team meetings, customers, etc. for midday hours and beyond
  • Analyze your work time
    • Check out which jobs are taking the most time out and analyze whether there is anything to streamline the process of these jobs
    • Look for bottlenecks that create loads or depend on other jobs (slow email, file downloads, appointments, etc.)
  • Try to concentrate similar work issues
    • This will allow you to move relatively easily from subject to topic and remain focused on the transition between tasks
  • You'll always know what your next 1-3 tasks are
    • Stay as updated as possible in the big picture, which will help you understand the work beyond your scoop and can help you do your tasks better
  • Time allocation for tasks
    • Always be aware of the time you invest in the various tasks
    • Be careful not to be dragged too long beyond the original time estimate and if this situation still happens, warn in advance

    For the manager

  • Receive regular updates on the status of the tasks and overall work status and follow the requirements and changes required
    • Try to know or predict the end time of the tasks according to schedule
    • If necessary, make changes and alarms in time and as needed
    • Increase tasks or re-evaluate to meet the deadlines
  • Match tasks to the employee
    • Plan tasks according to the worker's abilities to avoid unnecessary delays
    • Note that each employee is assigned tasks and that no employee remains without knowing what to do next
    • Avoid giving tasks unrelated to the employee's work scoop that may interfere with performing relevant tasks
  • Build a work plan in advance for future periods
    • It does not matter if your management system is Waterfall or Scrum Agile. You must take care of as many tasks or customer requirements as possible before you can plan a better sprint, iteration or project.