Archive for September, 2011

Manage Job Costs Easily With Color Coded JobClock Key Tabs

September 26th, 2011

One of the biggest challenges that project managers face in the construction business is keeping track of the wide variety of job costs which are involved in the average construction project. Your employees may be performing any number of different tasks simultaneously and this can be tough enough to manage. Not only do you need to keep track of what your own employees are working on and the job costs for each, but you may also have one or more firms working on your job site as subcontractors; which can make time and attendance records even more complicated. Most time …

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Job Clock: The Most Durable Portable Time Tracking Solution

September 19th, 2011

Construction sites are no place for delicate equipment. There are numerous conditions on the job site which could easily damage or destroy any equipment which isn’t designed for the rigors of the job. From severe weather to inadvertent falls to accidentally being struck with a hammer, it’s not a gentle environment. With that in mind, it is perhaps not so surprising that handwritten time sheets have long been the standard method of portable time tracking on job sites. They’re easy enough to keep out of harm’s way, but paper time and attendance systems aren’t accurate …

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Count the Benefits of Using the JobClock

September 12th, 2011

If you’re in a business where your workforce is mobile, such as the construction industry or contracting, then portable time tracking is a great method of employee time and attendance. The way that time and attendance has historically been kept track of in these industries with paper time sheets is far from ideal. Using more advanced solutions like the JobClock and time tracking software can benefit your business and even the environment in a number of ways. Read on to learn a little more about the advantages of upgrading your current time and attendance systems.
JobClock Benefits
Environmentally Friendly

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How to Make the Switch to the JobClock

September 6th, 2011

Change can be difficult but at the same time, it can also be a very positive thing. For example, if you’re in the construction, catering, pest control, landscaping or any other industry where your employees spend their days in the field, changing your time and attendance systems to something a little more modern could be one of the best things you’ve ever done for your business. There are a lot of companies which are still using handwritten paper time sheets rather than a more sophisticated portable time tracking system to keep control of their employee time and attendance …

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