Time tracking for your janitorial or cleaning crew is really important but also can be difficult. Your crew is likely working at multiple job sites throughout the course of the day, and without a proper time tracking system you can’t tell how much time they spent at each site. This becomes a problem when you’re trying to prepare payroll and you don’t know the hours worked.
Homebase can help you simplify time tracking for your janitorial/cleaning business. Here are four ways Homebase can make janitorial time tracking much easier.
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Every cleaning job is different, and it’s important to be able to leave specific instructions for your team to make sure they’re prepared for each job. With shift notes from Homebase, you can make sure your team knows what’s expected of them when they clock in for their shift. This will allow your team to work faster when they arrive on the job site and will save you money in labor costs!
With Homebase notifications, you can receive a text when a member of your team has not checked in to the job site they are supposed to be at. Delays for your cleaning crew can add up throughout the day, and it’s important for you to know how these delays are impacting your team’s schedule.
Mobile GPS clock in helps you verify that your team is clocking in at the right work location. With mobile GPS clock in, you can keep an eye on your team and make sure they are where they need to be. Plus you can see how long your team is spending at each job site.
Homebase integrates with all the top payroll providers. This makes it easy to go from tracking hours worked to getting your team paid. Making sure your team is in the right place at the right time is hard enough. Don’t spend more time than you need to on payroll.
Homebase is the modern time tracking solution built for janitorial and cleaning teams. Ready to make time tracking a breeze? Sign up for Homebase today!
Ryan Milligan Ryan leads new customer acquisition here at Homebase. His first job was as a dishwasher at his hometown country club, and has always loved supporting local small businesses.