In this sentence:
Used by companies to manage their teams' time.
Is that the correct possessive usage on
Does it matter if a company has more than one team or not? (I assume it does not.)
I understand the usage with plurals and possessives in isolation (and have reviewed those examples). Most people I've asked have said it can be either but I still feel like
team's in this case is wrong. The question is if "companies", plural, means that "teams" is made plural (even if each company only had one team). E.g., it seems more clear if you change it to something like "used by people to manage their dogs' time". I'm not sure if it's because "team" is a collective noun that causes some doubt.