Fox Sports is reporting that the company is considering expanding its use of software to help companies keep track of their employee productivity and metrics.
It’s part of the company’s efforts to help employees stay more productive.
“In recent years, the use of a variety of software and tools to track employee performance and performance metrics has evolved,” the company said in a statement to Fox News.
“This trend is driven by the need to understand how employees perform at work and to provide better support to the employee and their team members.”
We believe these tools are important tools that help us help our customers,” Fox Sports Chief Financial Officer Jason Durell said in the statement. “
We believe this technology will allow us to continue to build our business in a way that supports employees and their families.”
“We believe these tools are important tools that help us help our customers,” Fox Sports Chief Financial Officer Jason Durell said in the statement.
“The addition of such an innovative and powerful tool to our suite of tools will provide our customers with more reliable and comprehensive reporting tools for their organizations, while enabling them to better manage their employees.”
Fox Sports also cited the company as an example of how to build a “better” workplace in the digital age.
“Our software enables our teams to use multiple platforms and technologies to improve employee performance while maintaining a culture of productivity and engagement,” Fox said.