Archive for April, 2011

Implementing Portable Time Tracking for Construction Contractors

April 28th, 2011

The construction business is a tough one to be in. It’s an intensely competitive field where you’re constantly working to outbid and outperform your competitors. The challenge is always to keep costs down so that you can deliver winning bids for your clients without having to compromise the quality of the job; and this means keeping your overhead costs low in order to ensure that you can complete every job on time and within budget.

While there isn’t a lot you can do about the costs of materials, there are things you can do about the cost …

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Industries That Can Benefit from the JobClock

April 19th, 2011

When we think of going to work, most of us imagine going to an office, factory or other location – most likely, it’s the same place every day. Of course, this isn’t how it goes for all of us. People employed in construction and contracting along with several other industries know that their jobsite could be almost anywhere and that it changes from time to time; others hardly ever go to the same jobsite two days in a row.

For the owners of these businesses, there is a very real need for portable time tracking systems which can accurately …

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Streamlining Payroll with JobClock Software

April 12th, 2011

There are problems which are unique to businesses whose employees spend their time working on remote jobsites. Other than the logistics of getting materials and equipment to the jobsite in a timely fashion and ensuring that projects are completed on time and within the allotted budget, there is the question of employee time and attendance. Since your employees aren’t usually right there in your office with you and it’s not exactly ideal to have them come into the office and punch the clock before heading off to the jobsite (much less have them come back in at the …

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Portable Time Tracking Products for Business Jobsites

April 5th, 2011

Not everyone spends their workdays in the office or factory – in fact, a relatively large percentage of the workforce actually spends very little of their time at their employer’s office or plant. Many people work on remote job sites regularly, such as in the construction, cleaning, landscaping and catering industries. However, it’s not only manual labors and people employed in the trades who work on remote sites on a regular basis or indeed, virtually all of the time.
Pocket Clock Solves Time Tracking Issues
There are many different professions where “the office” can be almost anywhere, but if …

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