Today we are introducing our new clock in and out feature called WeWorked On-Site. Now all business types, including retail, food and beverage, and manufacturing, can easily capture time in WeWorked. WeWorked On-Site is a digital timecard, somewhat like the stamp punch clocks of the past. You simply set up a tablet or computer in one or more locations that users will use to clock in and out using a special PIN.
WeWorked On-Site can be configured to assign a default task or to allow users to select a task when they are clocking in. All backend features, such as leave tracking, can still be used for users that clock in and out.
No more keeping track of stamp cards or trying to total up hours from physical cards. WeWorked automatically stores the start and end times and calculates the hours for easy reporting. You even have the flexibility to require some or all users to clock in and out. Previously, users were entering start and end times in the daily comments. Now users can capture start and end times of tasks under the new Clock In/Out view.
WeWorked On-Site comes included with every WeWorked account. We are happy to rollout this enhancement and have plenty more under development. Please contact us with any questions, concerns, or feedback.
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We recently made it possible for users to notify someone when they submit a timesheet. Even though the feature was optional, quite a few users were bombarded with unwanted emails. You now have the option to turn on or off the option for user to notify a person when they submit a timesheet. Administrators can find this feature under Settings then Notifications. Enjoy!
In addition to the hiding comments and leave from a timesheet printout, you can now choose to hide all non-billable tasks. This works on the weekly and daily view of a timesheet.
While viewing a timesheet, click Print then check which items you wish to hide from the printer-friendly version of the timesheet.
Anyone in the IT field knows that once people discover you are somewhat savvy with technology, you become the go-to person for all IT related questions. From website design to networking to hosting, you get bombarded with it all. The questions usually start out “Can you… or Do you know how to…” My typical response is “No, but I know someone that does.” This recurring dialog is what sparked our latest project.
Allow me to introduce WeHireFreelancers.com. WeHireFreelancers is a place where people can go post and find freelance jobs in digital, technology, and business. We launched the site on September 1st, which is Labor Day in the United States. The site is definitely in a pilot stage and, for now, totally free to post a job. We are not taking any commission from freelancers for earning new business (like some other popular sites). We believe that hirers and freelancers can workout their own details and payment arrangements.
If you are a freelancer, know a freelancer, or are looking for a freelancer to help with your website, write an article, or just build the next Facebook, check out WeHireFreelancers.com.
Employers should go post a job today! And freelancers should follow the twitter account @wehirefreelance to be the first to know about a job opportunity.