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*.

Try it free
tsheets pricing card

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.

tsheets mobile app

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.

who's working window

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.

scheduling

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.

reports

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.

payroll reports

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

C. McCleese

1 in 7 companies lacks time tracking training

TSheets surveyed 731 U.S. employees who manage employee timesheets at work to learn more about time tracking practices and areas of improvement. Major standouts included training employees to track time, managing employee time, and deciding whether salaried employees should track time. Getting time tracking right could have a lot to do with training employees. 21% of respondents admit they only provide a little training for employees, and 14% don’t provide training at all.
Pro tip: Training is key to time tracking success, and it’s time well spent. Choose the right solution for your team, consult the experts for advice when you have questions about best practices, and always stay current on employee timesheet training.

4% of timesheets are never reviewed before payroll

Having given little training on the process, business managers might feel inclined to review their teams’ timesheets to ensure accuracy. However, only 21% of business owners surveyed on the cause of timesheet errors require employees to review their timesheets before payroll. 4% of timesheets aren’t reviewed at all before payroll—not even by the employee who records the hours.
Pro tip: Automated time tracking provides a faster way to review employee timesheets. Choose a time tracking system that sends managers and employees reminders to review and approve timesheets before payroll.

timesheet statistic

Majority employers round

employee timesheets

The majority of employers (55%) surveyed by TSheets about their timesheet rounding policies say they round employee timesheets because it makes payroll, billing, or invoicing easier. More than 1 in 4 (26%) say their payroll and accounting software requires timesheet rounding. Meanwhile, 34% admit to rounding hours down deliberately, to reduce employee pay or prevent employees from clocking in early—at high risk to the business.

Should salaried workers track time?

It’s a myth that salaried employees don’t and shouldn’t track time. Nonexempt, salaried workers must keep a record of their hours, while exempt, salaried employees may be billing by the hour or tracking time for productivity.
But overall, according to a TSheets survey, salaried employees should track time for three reasons:

  1. Payroll
  2. Time management
  3. Performance tracking

Full-time salaried employees “always” work over 40 hours per week, said 41% of business owners of their salaried employees. 18% of business owners say salaried employees “always” work fewer than 40 hours per week. Some respondents admit they struggle to keep track of salaried employees’ time worked, which may explain the prevalence of unauthorized overtime.
Pro tip: Encourage salaried employees to track time, to better understand the hours they work, which will inform everything from performance reviews to organization and productivity.

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

C. McCleese
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.