Help your clients manage their costs by delivering timesheet data daily and capture approvals as the work happens so you can pay your team with confidence
Orders can be created uniquely for each worker or an entire crew. Job allocation then keeps it simple for the guys on the ground. They only see the work allocated to them and creating dockets is a breeze. A simple notification and accept/reject process ensures the right people will be in the right place at the right time.
Daily dockets can be as easy as recording your Start/Finish/Break times and total worked hours. Or the templates can be extended to include pre-start checklists, fitness for work statements or other information to manage the team. One timesheet per day means the daily costs appear on the project live, and you are not chasing missing or incomplete timesheets on a Monday morning to try to do payroll.
If individual daily dockets don’t work for you, no problem. Docketbook’s docket templates can be configured as crew dockets, where a supervisor completes the timesheet on behalf of his crew or even as weekly dockets where the worker adds their times for each day.
Either way, every line item added is timestamped and audit logged, ensuring that every docket is grounded in trust.
In construction, timesheets serve two masters, paying and getting paid. In both cases, accurate source data that can be reconciled to the invoice is critical. Whilst the final invoice may include surcharges and overtime rates, the invoices shared via Docketbook include linked dockets and total hours, making reconciliation transparent and straightforward.
Looking to grow their footprint in the East Coast construction Market, Admiral Labour Hire needed to find a solution that enabled them to scale without the administrative overhead.
“We’re an agile company,” says Admiral’s Josh Hall, “so wanted to avoid bureaucracy an minimise manual processing. Docketbook has enabled us to do that.
Each day work is allocated to the labourers and they confirm their attendance at site. The docket assigned by the supervisor, either at site or remotely on their own device.
Back in the office, the signing status is visible and supervisors can be followed up where dockets remain outstanding. Invoicing is streamlined with docket data flowing directly into Xero to generate the invoices, and payroll is managed by pulling the timesheet data into integrated Excel reports, checking for errors then pushing it via Upsheets into the Xero payroll platform.
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