Software Company Offers Free Time Tracking Program in Response to COVID-19

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OnTheClock, a company that helps businesses effectively track employee time, is doing its part to help employers who are transitioning in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.

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OnTheClock is offering a helping hand to small businesses during this crisis.

"We are hopeful that OnTheClock can help ease this challenging time by providing the tools necessary to ensure employee hours are recorded accurately for payroll without the extra financial burden."

OnTheClock, a company that helps businesses effectively track employee time, is doing its part to help employers who are transitioning in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. Effective immediately, OnTheClock will provide new clients free access to its time tracking system through June 30, 2020.

"As part of our commitment to philanthropy, and understanding the financial and logistical impact COVID-19 is having on businesses worldwide, we've decided to be part of the solution to this pandemic," said Chief Executive Officer Dean Mathews. "Having access to an effective time tracking system, without any additional financing, will be of tremendous help to employers."

OnTheClock allows employees to easily clock in and out on any device. It also includes administrative features that allow supervisors to see who's currently working and where they are, add missed clock-ins or clock-outs, run payroll reports, approve time off and more.

Free time tracking from OnTheClock is available to any organization affected by COVID-19. OnTheClock is asking only for a good faith promise of a commitment that your company is affected from the current crisis.

To take advantage of the offer, visit ontheclock.com, click on the try free button, and enter your information. You can then easily import your employee information.

"We are hopeful that OnTheClock can help ease this challenging time by providing the tools necessary to ensure employee hours are recorded accurately for payroll without the extra financial burden," said Mathews. "Our system is easy-to-use and can be accessed through a Web browser, Android or Apple tablet or mobile application."

Mathews, a software developer and Romeo, Mich. resident, founded OnTheClock in 2004 in response to a growing need for an effective Web-based time clock and payroll system. After developing and rolling out the program as a side job, he partnered with his brother Mark, also a software developer, and grew the company to include 12 employees, now serving 10,000 customers worldwide.

OnTheClock started as Mathews' passion project and continues as such. Even though the work "pays the bills," the Mathews brothers' ultimate goal is to help small businesses effectively track time more easily, accurately and efficiently, independent of profit. This unique company philosophy creates an environment of trust and transparency for all stakeholders.

OnTheClock is dedicated to helping small businesses easily, accurately and efficiently track employee time. Founded in 2004 and based in Clinton Township, Mich., the company now serves 10,000 small businesses and their employees around the world with a dedicated team that includes product developers, graphic designers, marketers, billing staff, leadership and customer support staff. Learn more at ontheclock.com.

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