Digital Synopsis shares news of a US creative agency that has found a novel way to get staff to fill out their timesheets.
Minneapolis-based creative agency Colle+McVoy has come up with an ingenious way to get employees to do the one thing everyone’s lethargic about: fill their timesheets.
C+M has built a device called “TapServer” that uses radio-frequency identification (RFID) and custom-written software to dispense free beer to any employee who fills his/her timesheet on time.
The “TapServer” machine
Employees just need to scan their ID cards and the machine determines wether they’ve filled their timesheet.
See the innovation in action here.
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