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I've inherited the responsibility of managing a team in my role. I need to track the hours that each employee spends on each project. We're a small startup that lacks an existing process for this task. I know there are a number of tools for this, but I'd appreciate a guide/recommendation if you have one.

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  • Hi Simon, welcome to PM.SE. As your question stands, it's off-topic for this site as software recommendation questions tend to become obsolete pretty quickly. As a suggestion, would be interesting to delve into the reasons why time tracking is required in your company. It might be for billing purposes, which goes into the realm of "product / company / vendor management" and thus beyond the domain of project management per se. – Tiago Cardoso Nov 30 '20 at 9:56
  • You might want to try on softwarerecs.stackexchange.com even though a shared Google spreadsheet can do the trick just fine. But as Tiago mentioned, it would be more interesting to know the reasons of why you want to do this. – Bogdan Nov 30 '20 at 10:04
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Deputy is wildly popular for this very purpose and has a nice writeup here:

https://www.deputy.com/blog/the-definitive-guide-to-employee-time-tracking-and-timesheet-software

In our office we use their enterprise solution to manage our teams and integrate with payroll, and I am happy to recommend them.

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