Customers tell us their key requirements when choosing a resource scheduling system for their business so we can tell you what to ask for when selecting a resource schedule or timesheet system for your business.
Recent media reports suggest pushback by small businesses against a new federal law making millions of Americans eligible for overtime pay. This transition need not be so difficult for small businesses. What they do need to make this a success, however, is a time tracking system that benefits both employers and staff.
Free timesheet tip: If cheap were good, you should be using pencil and paper, but you don’t use pen and paper because that is a waste of time.
Logging business expenses can be laborious and complicated. It doesn’t have to be that way. If you are collecting pieces of paper, spending time logging costs, or wasting minutes and hours remembering names and dates, you should read on.
There are many variables when it comes to valuing time. Do you value time by hour, by day, or some other value? Do you value that time by employee, by project, by employee on each project, by customer, by date or some combination? To value time accurately, you need cost and charge rates that match the way your organization values time.
We feel very strongly that your timesheet system should let your users track time in whatever way they prefer: from a PC, Mac, phone, tablet or even from within Outlook.
By linking your personal schedule with your organization’s calendar, a scheduler can clearly see a schedule clash and won’t book conflicting time with a customer. Everybody wins.
Our scheduling system turns that chaos into organization. Everyone loves organization. It makes your company function more efficiently.