Archive for June, 2011

Ongoing Support for the JobClock System

June 20th, 2011

The JobClock is a powerful portable time tracking system which is nothing short of revolutionary for companies in industries which involve sending their workforce to remote job sites. Instead of handwritten weekly time sheets, there is the JobClock, a proximity sensor-enabled time clock which is locked down on the job site and works along with your company’s time tracking software to make your payroll quick and easy and to eliminate the errors which are inevitable when your staff has to calculate payroll manually. These errors often lead to overpayments and cost overruns on your company’s projects, so eliminating …

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How The JobClock Can Solve Major Issues with Employee Management

June 13th, 2011

There are several problems which companies with mobile workforces often struggle with; what they all have in common is their solution: a better portable time tracking solution and more accurate time and attendance systems. These are issues which are probably on your mind if you are the owner or manager of any company whose workers spend their days on remote job sites instead of in the office, namely, inaccurate time sheets.

Handwritten time sheets are a problem common in the construction, landscaping, catering and other industries with mobile workforces. They’re often completed at the end of the week, so …

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Find Out if the JobClock is Right for You with Our 30 Day Money-Back Guarantee

June 6th, 2011

Does your company need a better portable time tracking system? If you’re in the construction, catering or landscaping business; or for that matter, any other kind of company whose work takes your employees to remote job sites rather than having your staff work in your home office, then the answer is almost certainly yes. The traditional solution to keeping track of employee hours when your workers spend their days on a remote job site has been to have workers fill out time sheets by hand, usually at the end of the week.

Of course, weekly time sheets are a …

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