Archive for October, 2010

HIA Western Sydney Industry Trade Night

October 30th, 2010

See JobClock live at the HIA Western Sydney Industry Trade Night Tuesday 9th November 4.30pm to 7.30 pm.

Where
Parramatta RSL
Cnr Macquarie St & O’Connell St,
Parramatta, 2150

When
Tuesday 9th November 2010

Ask for Peter to get your starter pack details and HIA cheap Partner Promotion.

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Go Electronic And Go Green With A Contractors Time Clock

October 17th, 2010

If your business is like most, you’re probably concerned with being a good corporate citizen, especially when it comes to the subject of environmental responsibility. We all want to do our part to reduce our impact on the environment and part of this concern is using less natural resources. You may well have already installed more energy efficient lights and office equipment in your main office, try to minimize the gas usage of your company vehicles and you may even have switched to sustainable, eco-friendly building materials. All of this is well and good, but another thing you can …

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A Cost-Effective Time And Attendance System For Contractors

October 10th, 2010

One thing which contractors have long wished for is a truly accurate and cost effective means of keeping track of employee time and attendance. Construction and contracting businesses of all stripes find that one of the biggest challenges of their business model is tracking employee time and attendance. Contractors time clocks like the Job Clock are catching on rapidly with construction companies, landscapers, caterers, contractors and other businesses whose employees work on remote job sites rather than at a central office. These mobile timekeeping systems are designed for use in tough conditions, accuracy and best of all, ease of use.

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A Better Alternative To Handwritten Paper Time Sheets

October 10th, 2010

Time sheets: they’re a staple of construction sites and also commonly seen on catering jobs, landscaping jobs and any and every other kind of remote job site. They’ve been in use for decades now and while they do fine as far as being a form to write down employee hours on goes, they’re hardly an accurate or accountable solution for portable time tracking. If you’re still using time sheets, then it’s high time that you discontinued the practice now that accurate, modern electronic contractors time clocks are available. Not only are these mobile timekeeping devices …

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Find Stability In An Uncertain World With A Better Job Clock

October 3rd, 2010

Elections always bring a certain degree of uncertainty and Australia is definitely no exception to this rule. In the run up to a change of government (or as the case was this time around, the reelection of the current Prime Minister), consumers are always a little reluctant to spend until they have a clearer picture of how things will shake out. For business owners, this always adds to the stress which is already inherent in bearing the responsibility of running a business; but even in uncertain times, there are ways to help ensure the stability of your business.

Just as …

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Is The JobClock Or The PocketClock Right For Your Business?

October 3rd, 2010

The last several years have seen some major advances for contractors in terms of accurate time and attendance systems. While employee hours were once usually kept track of with handwritten time sheets, there are now several different options available to business owners and managers in search of an accurate contractors time clock.

Two products in particular which are attracting a lot of attention from people who own or manage construction, contracting or other firms whose business involves having workers on remote job sites are the Job Clock and the Pocket Clock. Both have their particular areas of strength and depending …

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