3 Resources to Help You Manage Your Employees
3 Tools for Small Business Owners to Help Manage Employees
When first starting out, most business owners are focused on turning a profit – not on trying to manage employees. While things like payroll and employee management can be handled by others when your company can afford the expertise, many entrepreneurs and small businesses take these tasks on themselves. At best, these responsibilities become chores that take you away from your primary focus. Thankfully, there are plenty of tools available that can cut down on the time you spend trying to manage employees.
TSheets is a timesheet tracking service with multiple integrations and other functionalities that make it easy to customize for your business’s unique needs. It’s especially useful if you have employees spread across multiple worksites. This is because TSheets features geofencing technology that not only tracks your employee’s safety and efficiency but reminds your employees to clock in and out as well. TSheets can save its users several hours a week by streaming your payroll and invoices. There are even multiple timecard options that you can choose from. It uses biometrics to ensure employee accountability and honesty.
Hubstaff is another way to manage employees and track their time and productivity. You can either download their software onto your business’s computers or your employees can install it on their own devices. Hubstaff also calculates user activity during the workday if you’re worried about employee efficiency. It also tracks the websites that they visit and takes screenshots. This way, you can make sure everyone is making the best use of their time and staying on task.
OnPay provides affordable, easy-to-use payroll software that’s often a perfect fit for small businesses, and the company plans on expanding into HR services in the future. In addition to helping you accurately calculate and distribute your employee’s pay, OnPay also automatically makes all the necessary withholdings and handles payroll taxes for you. You can also use OnPay to provide health insurance and 401(k) plans to your employees and for help with meeting state workers’ compensation requirements. Set up only takes a few minutes. OnPay even integrates with other popular apps and software, such as QuickBooks or TSheets.
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