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Meet your new favorite timekeeping software

TSheets makes timekeeping simple. Track time online or from a mobile device to streamline payroll, billing, and invoicing.

Timekeeping software employees love

Whether you’ve got employees in the office or on the road, TSheets makes it easy to track time for more accurate paychecks and invoices. Automated timekeeping and payroll shave hours off your payroll processes and help you save big on labor costs.

Mobile timekeeping

Available for Android and iPhone, the TSheets mobile app makes it simple to track time from anywhere, on any device. Clock in and out with just one touch.

Payroll integrations

Save time and money on payroll. TSheets is compatible with QuickBooks and other accounting solutions for fast, easy, and accurate payroll.

Billing and invoicing

Get paid more by invoicing customers for every second worked. TSheets makes it easy to track time for more accurate invoices.

Overtime alerts

Curb high overtime costs. Customize alerts and notifications to let employees know when they’re about to hit overtime.

GPS tracking

Manage workers in the field with GPS time tracking. See, at a glance, who’s on the clock and where they’re working.

Labor law compliance

TSheets helps you stay compliant with legal timekeeping standards established by the DCAA and other labor laws.

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Mobile and desktop timekeeping

Track time your way. Employees can clock in and out using the devices they already have in their pockets. TSheets online gives employees and employers valuable business insights, using real-time data. 

  • Employees track and submit time from the Android or iPhone app. 
  • Online reports show where and how employees spend their work time.
  • Track and submit time from a tablet with a TSheets Time Clock Kiosk.
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Who uses TSheets timekeeping software?

Thousands of companies across the globe use TSheets to track and manage employee time for payroll, billing, and invoicing. Each day, over 1 million employees clock in and out using TSheets. TSheets is the best timekeeping software for remote workers and freelancers, construction workers and landscapers, accounting professionals, retail workers, and more.

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How TSheets timekeeping software works

Tracking time, creating invoices, and running payroll is simple with TSheets. Follow these steps to get started:

  1. Start a free TSheets trial.
  2. Invite your employees to track time with TSheets.
  3. Create jobs or sync with QuickBooks to import your customers.
  4. Download the mobile app to track and approve time from anywhere.
  5. Sync TSheets with your favorite accounting software to run payroll.

Why TSheets for timekeeping and tracking

TSheets has over 20,000 five-star reviews, making it the top-rated timekeeping software on Capterra, Software Advice, and Over 1 million employees around the world use TSheets to track, manage, and submit time for payroll. Use TSheets, save big. It’s that simple.

FAQs about timekeeping software

An automated timekeeping software like TSheets is the best way to track employee hours. Clock in and out, take breaks, and track overtime hours. Then review, submit, and approve timesheets from the web dashboard or mobile app.

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires employers to keep records of nonexempt employee hours worked for up to two years. Failing to do so could put the business at risk for a wage and hour lawsuit. Accurate employee time records give employers the information they need to comply with federal overtime and minimum wage requirements. For employees, having an accurate record of their hours worked ensures more accurate paychecks.

Exempt employees earn a salary at or above the exempt salary threshold and perform exempt job duties. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) does not require exempt employees to track time worked.

Nonexempt employees earn an hourly wage below the exempt salary threshold and perform nonexempt job duties. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires nonexempt employees to track time worked. The law requires employers to keep those time records on hand for a minimum of two years.

Federal labor laws don’t require employees to approve timesheets before submitting them for payroll. However, employees should review their timesheets to catch any potential errors.

Save time and money on payroll with TSheets—free for 14 days.