Time Tracking for A Company

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    Alex T
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    I saw this on another forum as was amazed at the question. Is time tracking helpful or harmful for your business?

    HELPFUL HELPFUL HELPFUL HELPFUL!

    Honestly I was shocked at how many people didn’t keep accurate track of their hours be it working for yourself or having working with others. How do you know how much you should be paying employees if you aren’t tracking either their hourly clock in or the time they are spending on projects. Someone can just come in and say “Oh I worked 100 hours” when really they only put in 10. I found this forum because I use Timesheets.com, they are an online time tracking company that takes the hassle out of me needing to keep track of time myself. I can track hourly or put my project hours worked. I currently have my virtual assistant clock their hours there so I don’t have to. I feel like it just takes all the time and hassle out of doing it manually with either an excel doc or other form of physical tracking. I don’t have a lot of money to waste so small errors can really cost me. But what do you guys think? Are their any companies that work for you?

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    Brandon Vue
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    I agree, how else do you know how to track your employees hours? Paper is in the past now you can literally do everything digitally and not need to worry about losing someones timesheet in the process. I have tried a few out, Tsheets, Clockify and ended up using Timesheets.com. Their system worked for what I was looking for at the time and they are also more cost efficient then some of these other companies. Also talk about great customer services, if I ever have an issue they are always there to help. Now just because they worked for me doesn’t mean they will fit you but I recommend trying different companies until you see what fits for your needs.

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