It's a matter of time
Work management systems may mean the introduction of the dreaded 'time-recording', but can the benefits of these systems make up for this? Kieran Flatt speaks to Bjarnie Anderson, projects and operations officer at Barclays Bank
For many, a key attraction of working in-house is the ability to leave behind the timesheets of private practice. But more and more in-house departments are beginning to recognise the attraction of time recording tools.
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