Anonymous time logging in Jira

JIRA is a highly customizable and versatile tool that can be used for many things, from simple issue tracking to the management of large-scale projects.
JIRA is a highly customizable and versatile tool used for simple issue tracking to the complex management of large-scale projects.

When it comes to Compliance requirements the tool’s versatility could pose an unsurmountable obstacle to implement your most ambitious and business critical projects.

A simple, but immensely important feature such as Time Tracking can cause concerns with your Works Councils as they require you to anonymize the data.

Within JIRA, the change history and activity streams display information related to employee time logging and performance, which, by default, can be viewed by anyone who has access to your JIRA instance. Works Councils all over the world require these entries to be invisible or anonymized, which has been impossible in JIRA. Up to Now!

We created our WORKS COUNCIL ANONYMIZER !

Integration into your JIRA server system is simple, seamless and doesn’t require you to make changes to any of your other systems.

Finally, you can now use JIRA for time logging, safe in the knowledge that your employee data is fully anoymized.

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *