Recorded Logs

I work with a third party - web based database.  I also have access to work from home.  Which is nice (I get allot of my work done at home).  My Supervisor didn't seem to mind this for the past 2 years, but now there' an issue with working from home (I think its a personal-jealousy issue myself and they are being unjust to put it nicely).).  So, I am wondering, I have to log on every time I use the database remotely (from home).  Am I correct in assuming that my time spent working on the database is recorded on a server log of some sort? ... and easily accessible by official or labor auditors?

PS. I use a Dell with WinXP Pro at Work.
Mark VolzAsked:
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Yes your times must certainly be logged on the database. Also if you are accessing the DB via your corporate network there will also be logs for that.

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