TimeClockOnline.com is now Timesheets.com.
If you have been to our site before – accessing your account or just evaluating our service– you may have noticed some changes this week. All TimeClockOnline.com traffic is now be forwarded to Timesheets.com and Timesheets.com got a new look.
On November 30th, 2014 Cisco’s WebEx WebOffice will be discontinued. The company announced End of Sale last December and is set for End of Life next month.
“These products are being discontinued due to market demand, shifts in technology, and a change in focus and investment. There will not be a direct replacement for WebOffice and Workspace services within Cisco’s product portfolio. It is recommended that you consider alternative vendor solutions as early as possible.”
The level of importance we attach to time is different for all of us. For many people, time is an unnatural constraint society has imposed upon us. To others, time is the very fabric into which our world is sewn. But unless you’re a vagabond, you don’t really have a choice but to live by it to some degree.
Whether the owner of a company overseeing business operations, a manager in charge of a small group of employees, or a freelancer just tracking time for himself, tracking time online has so many advantages. With an online time tracking service like Timesheets.com you aren’t just getting a place to record your time (you could do that with paper or spreadsheets) but a service that can do so much more. A web-based tracking also gives you:
- Reliability (our up time is over 99.9%)
- Accurate time reporting (a pre-programmed app that calculates time automatically is better than a calculator!)
- Accurate overtime calculations (most people don’t even know the Federal, much less, state overtime laws)
- Friendly support
- Backed up data and easy storage (we tell our customers that we store all records for at a minimum of three years but in reality we’ve never deleted a single thing in 10 years!)
- Accountability (proof of time on the clock and presence in the workplace)
- Access (records are available all day/night, and from anywhere)
Timesheets.com is celebrating the improvement in the job market by offering the employers of these new-hires one free user!
To redeem, call us, email us, comment on the facebook post, or comment on this post. If you haven’t set up an account yet, follow this link to get started now!
Offer ends Tuesday, September 10th. Limit, one free user per customer.
New York City has passed a law mandating that small businesses offer 5 paid sick days per year to full and part time employees.
New York City joins Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington, D.C., and the state of Connecticut in requiring the benefit to some workers.
Similar measures have failed in Denver, Milwaukee, and Philadelphia.
The law requires that businesses with more than 15 employees offer five paid sick days per year. The law doesn’t kick in, however, until April 2014 and October 2015 depending on how many employees the company has. Companies with fewer than 15 employees must offer five unpaid sick days with no danger of getting fired.