ServiceTitan provides the flexibility for businesses to configure exactly how OT is added to timesheets so they can comply with state law and vary position to position.
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ServiceTitan’s GPS ensures technician timesheets accurately reflect wrench time—which helps you audit time spent on visits for billing and payroll.
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What happens if a tech is not clocked out at the end of the day?
If a technician is not clocked out at the end of the day, the technician will be automatically clocked out at 12:00am (the end time on the timesheet will be 11:59pm).
However, the technician’s paid hours will NOT accrue until 12:00am. Hours Worked (paid hours) for the day will automatically stop when the technician completes the last job or non-job appointment.
What is contractor payroll software?
Contractor payroll and timesheet software is software specifically designed to help home and commercial service businesses manage their payroll, accurately pay their staff, and track profitably, efficiently, and other key factors of their business.
ServiceTitan offers contractor payroll software that is integrated with other critical software tools used to run the business. The result is real-time timesheet tracking that appropriately pays staff—including bonuses, commissions, and OT—and aggregates timesheet information so that managers and CEOs easily keep an eye on project profitability and team efficiency.
How does a technician start the clock at the beginning of the day? And how can I prevent technicians from clocking in for paid drive time in the morning, without my knowledge?
If a technician is getting paid for any kind of hours before arrival at the first job site (i.e., administrative work, pre-job prep, morning meeting, etc.), a paid timesheet code should always be used.
This prevents technicians from doing a general clock-in at home and getting paid for first drive time without your knowledge (there will always be an audit trail showing the technician’s first paid hours).
Note: Technicians cannot use general clock-in to start their paid hours at the beginning of the day. If technicians need to clock in, before they've been dispatched, they should always use a paid timesheet code.
What if a technician is dispatched to a job while clocked into an event?
If a technician is dispatched to a job while clocked in with any timesheet code, the technician will be automatically clocked out of the event and the technician’s status will change to dispatched.
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