No. We used to have a time tracking program, but what we do is so varied and there are so many small pieces that it became a hassle to continue it. (Although Jim's department now uses a similar, but different program, the department Sherri and I work under is not required to use it.) Basically if you meet your deadlines, nobody really cares what you do in between. The problem is that there's no way to quality check one's work, so if someone does a shoddy job and that person's manager doesn't notice (and, with how busy we all are now, they might not have time to delve too deeply into that) and they get the shoddy work done on time, then they get away with it.
We had an employee who worked here for ~10 years who worked in a remote office and turned out terrible work for years, but her manager protected her (and again, hard to get fired since managers know it could be two years before that person gets replaced.) Her excuses just kept getting more and more ridiculous, and she was finally let go, but in a mass layoff and her name was just casually mentioned in the company memo--they fibbed and said her position was redundant, which wasn't true but they didn't want to say, "X sucks, so we're firing her." It wasn't the wisest move, as some other remote employees with the same job title who didn't know X was a bad worker called in, freaked, thinking they were redundant too.
There are lots of hard workers here, and people dedicated to their jobs who do wonderful work. However, there are one or two people who have figured out they're riding the gravy train and there are no conductors aboard.
This is how it works with my one boss. Who comes and goes as she pleases, takes hour and two hour lunches to "run errands" on a regular basis, i.e. 2-3 times a week, if not every day, and while here, spends an inordinate amount of time on personal phone calls, and other personal business. But...her boss, our director, is only in 2 days a week, working from home the other 3, and as long as she gives him what he wants, he really could care less.
Meanwhile, her lack of whatever affects others, and morale is low. We are all so very sick of her, as what she does initially, then trickles down to others, and they can't proceed until she's done her stuff. And many times, she'll simply leave it to do her own stuff, then come back, making evryone else wait.
Now tomorrow, we get out at 2, while she may not plan to leave then, the rest of us do, so I can tell you she won't really make an effort to get things done earlier, since she has come out and said she doens't really care.