Is Overtime Dangerous to Your Health?

Are you an entreprenuer devoting an ungodly amount of hours to your small business? Or an employer whose workers are racking up crazy overtime hours? Putting in excessive hours may create the perception that you are an overachieving team player, but at what cost?…

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Hiring Freelancers vs. Full-Time Employees: 5 Things to Consider

If you run a business, you will likely consider hiring freelance workers at some point. Freelancers now make up 35% of the U.S. workforce, so no matter the sector, you shouldn't have any problem finding qualified contractors. …

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How one Texas Construction Company is Saving $5000 a Month with Employee Time Tracking

Having been in business for nearly a decade, One Source Building Services (OSBS) knows a little something about innovation. A leader in commercial construction, headquartered in Plano, Texas, this family business employs over 100 people, most of whom report to some 10-12 jobsites all over town. While cutting edge in their building methods, the company was anything but modern when it came to managing employee hours and locations.…

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How to Find Investors for Commercial Construction

If you’re a young construction company, it can be tough to find an investor. After a record year of financing for construction tech startups in the first half of 2015, a year later funding plunged by 26 percent.…

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How 10 Years of iPhone Has Impacted Employee Time Tracking

When the iPhone launched in 2007, Timesheet Mobile had not yet started helping businesses keep track of their employees. Shortly thereafter, in our company's infancy, users recorded their hours and information using our dial-in Integrated Voice Response system on their flip phone or landline. It's hard to imagine, but owning an iPhone was still rare at that time, and Android hadn't even been developed.…

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How to Overcome the Construction Labor Shortage

The trade industries still have not fully recovered from the 2008 recession, which devastated the construction industry and led to a mass exodus of workers. As we enter 2017, construction is in high demand, but the supply of skilled workers remains low. As a result, there are 200,000 vacant positions in the industry, according to a recent study by the National Association of Homebuilders…

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Tips from Entrepreneurial Giants for Small Business Growth

Everyone has an opinion about how to get things done faster and more effectively. There’s certainly more than one way to do things and what works for one person might fail for the next. That said, motivated managers need to be constantly looking for ways to improve – drawing on the experience and advice of other successful people. Start by getting a variety of opinions from different people and deciding what is likely to work for you and your team.…

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How One Distribution Company Improved FLSA Compliance Using Time Tracking

When a small, family-owned distributor of high-end windows and doors began questioning the whereabouts of their employees, they knew their next installation needed to be a rock-solid time tracking solution…

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