True, lemme know how it works out.It cost enough.
Half hour a day isn't really that unfeasible. Let's say start time is 7 but one guy doesn't show up until 7:08. He figures no big deal, writes down 7am. Lunch starts at noon, they get back at 12:35. Day ends at 3:48 but they write down 4pm by the time they fill out the time sheet. That's 25 minutes. I'm sure guys try to be honest when filling out time sheets but who remembers exactly when they fill it out at the end of the day?
One hour incorrectly being recorded a day between all guys is over $550 in unnecessary labor a month between taxes, comp and the rest.
The unit was $1000.00
Now, I do have a question for you? I know that 8 minutes adds up to 48 in this case, BUT on the other hand, are you willing and do pay when the work the extra 5 minutes + or - and only right up the back time? Example, they work till 4:05 and mark up 4 on the time sheet. Now what? I am thinking this might happen from time to time? And another thought, have you ever called your guys at home, while off the clock, and discussed a job with them?
That is just bad management. The guys are there on time, it is up to whoever is in charge to get them working. Way past time to have a chat with the lead on the crew.Subs blow.
The reason I purchased is for instances like this morning. The guys are standing talking to each other until 7:08 when they finally opened the trailer. 8 minutes is no big deal except there is 6 guys. That's now 48 minutes because I highly doubt when I get the time sheets they will say 7:08.