Activehours and TSheets partner to transform how employees are paid

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Track time, and get paid for the hours you have worked, all in real time

Activehours and TSheets team up to pay employees before payday

Unlock your pay, before payday

By utilizing payments on-demand through TSheets and Activehours, hourly workers have flexible access to their earnings for when the unexpected happens, and can avoid incurring late fees on bills.

Two employee-focused tech companies, Activehours and TSheets Time Tracking, are partnering to revolutionize the way employees are paid for good. With this partnership, employees using TSheets to track their time at work can seamlessly use Activehours to get immediate access to the earnings for their worked hours, without the wait for payday. A unique force for good in the financial services industry, Activehours works by utilizing vetted employee timesheets and allows its users to pay only what they think is fair for the service.

This is a revolutionary solution to a pressing issue affecting millions of workers in the US. Each year, as bills come due ahead of pay cycles or hourly workers are hit with financial emergencies, Americans spend over $32 billion on overdraft fees. These fees—which represent a tremendous markup by banks and just one of many potential pitfalls consumers face when strapped for cash—cost Americans more each year than they spend on fresh vegetables. By utilizing payments on-demand through TSheets and Activehours, hourly workers have flexible access to their earnings for when the unexpected happens, and can avoid incurring late fees on bills.

“On-demand services are available for transportation, lodging and food. Why shouldn't employee pay be part of that? This partnership between TSheets and Activehours is pushing traditional payment practices further than anyone has in decades,” says John Spottiswood, SVP of Partnerships, Activehours.

Activehours and TSheets build security and accuracy into every step of the process. Available to any U.S. resident paid hourly and by direct deposit to their bank account, this integrated solution allows employees to unlock their paycheck on their own terms, backed by approved online timesheets. Activehours operates on a pay what you want platform—so employees are able to tip based on what they think is fair for each transaction. TSheets starts at $20 per month plus an additional $5 per user.

“TSheets believes in the power of employee happiness, and how it adds up to improve productivity and dedication on the job,” says Matt Rissell, TSheets CEO. “Activehours offers an ideal solution to financial stressors that can affect people’s focus and peace while on the job. By combining forces, we show how intuitive, employee-focused technology can be the source of major good in the work world.”

Sign up for Activehours at Hourly workers may also download the Activehours app in both the iTunes Store and Google Play. A free 14-day trial of TSheets is available at


About TSheets
With TSheets, the days of punching a traditional time card are over. TSheets is the leading time tracking, reporting and management platform that allows hourly employees to clock in and out with ease - via computer, tablet, iPhone or Android app, or even a phone call, text or tweet. For employers and managers, TSheets ensures accountability and accuracy with GPS, overtime alerts and seamless integration with invoicing and payroll solutions. For more information on TSheets Time Tracking, please visit

About ActiveHours
Activehours is the new, faster way to get paid. Unlike the traditional two-week pay cycle, Activehours unlocks your pay by giving you the money you've already earned when you want it -- any time, any day. With Activehours, you choose when to get paid for the hours you've already worked, finally giving you control over your finances. Founded in 2013, Activehours is driving consumer-empowered finance through mobile technology by breaking open more than $1 trillion held up in America's pay cycle. For more information on Activehours or to download the app, please visit

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