I was fed up with getting ripped off. I showed up at a job site, and no one was there. But on Friday, I got the usual batch of handwritten time cards.
They all said 40 hours.
Bad news for me, but I had to pay. So a few friends and I got together and built a better mousetrap: the JobClock.
We started selling a few here, and a few there—and before we knew it, we couldn’t keep it on the shelves.
One thing that hasn’t changed in the last 15 years: labor is a precious and costly resource.
It’s your choice. You can do things the old way and frustrate yourself every week with paper time cards—or manage employees well, pay for hours they actually worked and run a successful business.
I’m really proud of what we’ve built. Construction is in our past and future, but we’ve expanded into other industries, including landscaping, oil and gas, snow, mining and more.
In fact, anywhere you need a time clock that’s rugged and simple to use, you’ll find us.