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 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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Resolve to Retire the Manual Punch Clock

With the new year approaching, looking for a way to keep your bottom line from shrinking is always a smart resolution. Taking inventory of your employees is a good place to start. Uncomfortable as it may be, time theft is a big problem and business owners are paying the price. Punch clock abuse is an all too common and very costly offense. Whether an employee is asking a co-worker to clock him in early or for an unscheduled shift (also know as known as "buddy punching") or he's rounding off and inflating his own hours, your business is taking a major financial hit. In fact, 43% of surveyed workers admitted to exaggerating their hours at least once.…

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Why Employee Time Tracking Works for the Sharing Economy

Do your full-time flex employees have side jobs? With the sharing economy offering so many opportunities to earn extra income, workers are cashing in.…

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How Employee Time Tracking Works for Independent Contractors

Contracted employees are their own one-man team: managing payroll, juggling admin and playing HR director. But companies outsourcing projects to these mobile workers have access to employee time tracking technology that can help simplify these tasks for them.…

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Keeping Track of Employees in an On-Demand Economy

Like their predecessors in the internet startup game, today's pop up companies are looking for ways to give their brands much-needed staying power in an on-demand economy. While instant gratification is appealing for those craving a last minute dinner delivery, not all services lend themselves to the push of a button.…

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Blending Technology into Your Catering Business

"Cut-throat" may not even come close when it comes to describing the Catering industry. Competition is notably fierce, and you'd better bring your A-game to every single match.…

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The International Search for Work-Life Balance

Freelancers know that with wifi and a cell phone, they can get the job done ... and chances are, still find ample time for play and family. Several international companies are answering this call for more work-life balance, setting up cutting-edge workspaces all over the globe. Shared office spaces, as well as co-working and co-living locations, are high on technology and low on overhead. The demand is real and companies are heeding the call.…

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