“We want to help ensure business continuity among our community of small businesses and friends,” said Dean Mathews, CEO of OnTheClock.
CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (PRWEB) March 19, 2020
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has rapidly worked its way into the United States resulting in businesses forcing their employees to operate from home in effort to prevent the spread of this contagious virus. With employees working remotely, businesses need a solution to properly track their employees’ hours worked for accurate payroll. As part of OnTheClock’s commitment to philanthropy, the time clock software company is announcing free time tracking services through June 30, 2020 for new accounts affected from COVID-19 .
The goal is to provide employers with a simple and robust solution for employees clocking in and out, while ensuring hours are accurately recorded for payroll.
“We want to help ensure business continuity amongst our community of small businesses and friends,” said Dean Mathews, CEO of OnTheClock.
Free services are offered to new companies, organizations and academic institutions that are transitioning to allow employees to work remotely due to the recent Coronavirus outbreak. OnTheClock will be honoring a good-faith promise from companies who choose to take advantage of the free time tracking services.
“Your honesty is very important to us. We are doing our part to help eradicate this disease and support small businesses who made the difficult decision to allow their employees to work remotely,” said Dean Mathews.
New OnTheClock accounts are easy to create and simple to use. A Coronavirus help option has been added to their signup page to properly identify the new time clock account as being free so these businesses will not have to worry about additional financial burden.
If you would like to learn more about OnTheClock and their philanthropic views, please visit their website ontheclock.com or contact 888-753-5999. They also offer live chat and email support via email@example.com.
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