A Time Clock App for Crews
Punch in the whole team at once with TSheets
Employee Time Card App Features
Clock in your crew.
As an alternative to individuals clocking in, managers use the crew function in their TSheets app to start and stop the clock for an entire group of employees — all in one fell swoop.
The days of paper scheduling — and rescheduling — are over. Update and share schedules with your employees, and TSheets will automatically notify them of schedule changes.
For a bird's eye view of your team, check out the GPS function, which updates employee locations automatically every 10 minutes.
We all need little reminders sometimes. Set up notifications to remind employees to clock in and out or submit their time.
With great permission comes great accountability. Set admin permissions for a single manager, multiple managers, or employees.
1. Admin sets permissions.
Permissions for running the clock are activated through a company's TSheets web dashboard and can be customized for each supervisor or employee.
2. Lead clocks the team in.
With your employees teamed-up and ready to go, punch the clock for your crew from a mobile device. At the end of a shift, managers can clock the whole team out at once.
3. Offline and still on the clock.
TSheets Crew functions on your app even when you're out or away from cellular service. Time automatically syncs once service is restored.
4. Data when you need it.
Timesheet data is stored inside the app, so you can create reports in TSheets and run payroll with your favorite software.
Our reviews speak for themselves
- FeatureTime Clock App Saves the Day for Crew Managers
Are your crew supervisors tired of handling illegible or inaccurate employee time cards? Tracking time, switching employees to different projects, keeping track of who is on break, who left early, and more? Welcome to the easy life of the TSheets Crew time card app — the only mobile time card designed with crew managers, crew members, and smartphone users in mind.
- ResearchManagers Track Time for 18% of Employees
A survey of 1,000 US employees, published in 2017, reveals 18 percent of U.S. employees rely on a manager to track time for them, but only 1 in 4 has access to a time card app. 38 percent still track time using paper time cards, spreadsheets, and punch clocks. 75 percent say they need to categorize their time by jobs, clients, or locations.
- ResearchStudy Shows 80% of Businesses Correct Timesheet Errors
Just 21 percent of businesses that use timesheets to track employee hours say they never have to correct errors before running payroll, and 4 in 5 say errors are common, according to a 2017 TSheets study of 500 business owners. Meanwhile, 6 percent of business owners say they have to correct every employee timesheet, and 10 percent say they have to correct half of employee timesheets.
- Resource ArticleTSheets Puts Landscaping Crews on the Map
Landscapers and mobile teams can get to work right away. Regardless of location, TSheets can track your employee hours. TSheets for iPhone, Android, and crews also tracks GPS location points while employees are on the clock. Easily view where your employees are working and what project they are on. No additional GPS services or devices needed.
- Resource ArticleHow TSheets Improves the Workday for Construction Crews
Fleets of construction workers all over the world are using TSheets. For contractors with seasonal and mobile employees who work in multiple locations throughout the day, logistics can be daunting. Illegible or lost employee time cards are often the norm. From GPS tracking to job costing and reporting in real time, TSheets saves hours on invoicing and payroll each week, making it the new favorite power tool of construction workers everywhere.
- Success StoryHow TSheets Crew Helps One Canadian Landscaping Crew Save Thousands
Michelle runs a large landscaping firm, Livingstone Landscaping, based in Brandon, Manitoba. With 15 construction and maintenance crews, a truck-driving division, a CAD design service, and a landscaping supplies dealership to oversee, every second counts. The team typically works on 200 projects in a single season. And one tool is saving them thousands each year.