Why TSheets by QuickBooks?

  • Accurate time data
    Review, edit, and approve time tracked with TSheets inside QuickBooks to save time and money on payroll.
  • Faster payroll
    Save an average of 6% on payroll costs, and shave three hours off each payroll run, on average, with TSheets.*
  • PTO management
    Review and approve each employee’s paid time off hours tracked in TSheets anywhere, on any device.
  • No surprises
    Use real-time data to keep projects on track with better insights into the progress of a job.

Time is money.
Make the most of both!

Businesses that use TSheets for time tracking report an average 6% reduction in payroll costs*.

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The future of timesheets

Turn the world of tedious tasks and sloppy spreadsheets on its head. Increase visibility by empowering employees to easily clock in and out, switch jobs, or make edits to their timesheets from anywhere. TSheets includes GPS tracking, PTO management, employee scheduling, and clock-in reminders, so you can stop chasing timesheets and start chasing the dream.

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Accessible on mobile, desktops, and tablets

Use TSheets time tracking on any smartphone, desktop, or laptop. Or turn a tablet into a digital punch clock using the TSheets Time Clock Kiosk, best for workers at a single location. The kiosk includes photo capture and facial recognition functionality, so you can be away from the job site and still know who’s clocked in.

Exactly what our company needs for a remote/mobile electronic time clock, job tracking, and on-the-fly scheduling reassignments.

C. McCleese

Mobile workforce management

Take the guesswork out of workforce management. TSheets GPS time tracker and Who’s Working window allows you to see which employees are clocked in, where they’re working, how long they’ve been working, and what project or job they’re working on. Sort the list view by hours worked, clock-in time, name, or location for a real-time snapshot of your workforce.

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Exactly what our company needs for a remote/mobile electronic time clock, job tracking, and on-the-fly scheduling reassignments.

C. McCleese

Coordinate teams from anywhere

Schedule employees by job or shift to streamline the workforce and put hours back in your week. Create, update, and edit schedules in minutes, and automatically notify employees of schedule changes. Working hand-in-hand with time tracking, managers can even receive alerts if employees haven’t clocked in for a scheduled job or shift.


Exactly what our company needs for a remote/mobile electronic time clock, job tracking, and on-the-fly scheduling reassignments.

C. McCleese

Know how every valuable minute is spent

Accurate, detailed reporting provides a better understanding of labor expenses. With real-time reports on hours worked (including overtime), means business owners can take action and change course on a job or project to avoid budget overruns. Customizable filters capture the precise timesheet information you want—sorted by date, pay period, employees, groups, projects, jobs, and more.


Exactly what our company needs for a remote/mobile electronic time clock, job tracking, and on-the-fly scheduling reassignments.

C. McCleese

Work less, save more

Save an average of 6% on gross payroll costs and shave up to three hours off your payroll process every time you run payroll by eliminating manual data entry.* Because employee time data automatically appears in QuickBooks, you can manage and approve employee timesheets, run payroll, and create invoices with ease—all from your QuickBooks account.

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Exactly what our company needs for a remote/mobile electronic time clock, job tracking, and on-the-fly scheduling reassignments.

C. McCleese

62% of employers support new overtime rule

By Melissa Phy October 1, 2019
Editor’s note: This is an advanced look at the Employee Time Tracking Report 2019. Full results of the survey will be posted Fall 2019.
It’s official: 1.3 million more American workers will be eligible for overtime, beginning January 1, 2020. After the significant salary requirement change was proposed earlier this year, the Department of Labor announced a final rule on September 24, allowing salaried employees making a minimum of $35,308 annually ($679 per week) to be eligible for overtime. Currently, the overtime eligibility threshold is $23,660 annually ($455 per week). The thresholds were last updated in 2004.
A recent survey, commissioned by TSheets by QuickBooks before the final ruling, found that many employees weren’t even aware of this proposal.* Employers, however, were more up to date on the overtime rule, and many of them were supportive of the change. Both groups weighed in on the possibility of more of the salaried workforce cashing in on extra hours worked should the proposed overtime law pass. 
Now, with this change on the horizon, it may be more important than ever for salaried workers to start carefully tracking their time spent on the clock. Here’s what employers and employees had to say about overtime pay.

10% of US employers aren’t paying overtime

About 10% of employees surveyed who say they’re eligible for overtime don’t receive it. The majority of those employees (75%) are hourly. In alignment with that, 10% of employers who have overtime-eligible hourly or salaried employees don’t pay overtime. These business owners could be breaking the law.
On the plus side, 41% pay overtime if it’s authorized in advance, and another 35% said they pay overtime regardless of authorization. 13% of employers use comp time instead of paying overtime when employees go over their hours.
how employers give overtime to employees

55% of employers are aware of the overtime expansion proposal

When employers were asked whether or not they knew of the federal proposal to bump the salary cap for overtime eligibility, just 55% said they were aware of it. Employees, however, seem to be a little more in the dark. 69% of the employees surveyed either didn’t know or weren’t sure if they knew of the proposal. Of all employees surveyed, just 14% would be affected by the change, based on self-reported earnings.
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Business owners want more salaried workers earning overtime

After reading the federal Labor Department’s proposal to expand overtime eligibility, surveyed business owners were invited to give their views on it. More than half (62%) expressed support, and just 6% didn’t. The remaining group said they didn’t have strong feelings either way.
And of that 62% of employers who support the proposal, 28% say their employees wouldn’t be affected by the change.
Unsurprisingly, salaried employees were even more supportive of the proposal than employers. 78% said they would support it, and less than 2% said they wouldn’t. A higher percentage of salaried employees support the overtime eligibility expansion than hourly employees.
chart: views on the overtime proposal

1 in 3 employers has experienced an overtime dispute or prosecution

32% of employers surveyed admitted to falling afoul of an overtime dispute with employees. Of these, 9% said it led to a prosecution.
*Methodology: TSheets by QuickBooks commissioned Pollfish to survey 1,067 business owners and 1,319 employees, aged 18+, throughout the U.S., in June 2019. TSheets designed and paid for the survey and welcomes the re-use of this data under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original source is cited with attribution to “TSheets by QuickBooks.”
Track time, avoid timesheet errors, and save money with TSheets.
*Based on a survey of 924 businesses that use TSheets for payroll and report savings. On average, they report reducing the time it takes to run payroll by 3 hours and reducing gross payroll costs by 6% by increasing accuracy and reducing overpayments. TSheets conducted an internal survey in January 2018.