Dear Valued Business,
You’ve may have already noticed the significant impact that the coronavirus (COVID-19) has had on our Community and Small Businesses. OnTheClock is seeing a large number of small business owners allowing their employees to work remotely “from home” to keep their employees healthy and prevent the spread of this highly infectious virus.
As part of our commitment to Philanthropy, OnTheClock is offering new Client(s) - Employee Time Tracking service Free until July 1, 2020. We are hopeful that OnTheClock can help ease the decision of allowing your employees to work remotely by providing the tools necessary to ensure employee hours are recorded accurately for payroll. Our time tracking services are also free to businesses who are fortunate enough to still be working/operating in their brick and mortar establishments. See additional features and benefits.
Why We’re Doing This
The answer is simple; to help ensure business continuity amongst our community of small businesses and friends.
OnTheClock recognizes the importance of organizations trying to help keep employees, their families and friends safe by requiring them to work from home. We also realize that business must go on with minimal interruptions, regardless of where employees are working.
Any New Account (organization, business or academic institution) that is affected by the recent coronavirus outbreak. We ask that you give a good-faith promise during the signup process that your company is affected from the COVID-19 coronavirus.
*Your honesty is very important to us. We are doing our part to help eradicate this disease, and are supporting the small businesses who made the difficult decision to allow their employees to work remotely or continue in-house operations.
How To Start
If you are New to OnTheClock here is how to get started:
- Go to our website signup page here.
- Enter your information.
- Click Start My Free Trial.
- You will now be logged in your New OnTheClock account.
Coronavirus - How To Prepare Your Business, Employees, and Customers
Coronavirus may not be thought of as a traditional disaster the way we think of tornadoes or floods, but it is having an effect on businesses and organizations. It is recommended that every business needs to have a plan to respond to this unexpected interruption.
Some Topics To Consider When Preparing Your Company Includes:
- Develop a checklist
- Create specific documents
- Consider your employees, vendors, and customers
- Plan your financing according
- Consult with your lawyer for potential legal responsibilities
Help From The CDC
For further information please visit the CDC website on Coronavirus, including what you should know about the virus, prevention and symptoms. You will also be able to view updates on situations in the U.S. and worldwide.
OnTheClock Provides Free Time Tracking to Businesses Affected by COVID-19
We are here to help during this difficult time.