How Worker Misclassification Affects Your Bottom Line

worker misclassification
Nothing defines the modern workforce quite like the gig economy. As of 2018, about 36% of the American workforce works in contract jobs, with that number projected to exceed 50% by 2027. The gig economy is making it easier than ever for people to earn some extra income through a side hustle.  On the other
Construction company
A typical day in the life of a construction company manager is anything but dull. Between training inexperienced workers, competing for new projects, and keeping track of a workforce that is spread across multiple job sites, it can sometimes seem as if the days come to a close before you have a chance to accomplish

ACH Payments Now Available

You can now offer an alternative payment method that will cost you less and give your clients another way to pay! ACH payments, in addition to credit cards, is now available, all you need is a Stripe and bank account. An automated clearing house (ACH) is a financial transaction network that allows for electronic payments

You Can Now Customize Your Dashboard!

Dashboard Settings
At eBillity we know one size doesn’t fit all. Whether you are a professional services company tracking time for client billing, a construction company tracking employee time at different job sites, or a payroll clerk reconciling employee time, you most likely track time differently. And because you track time differently we wanted to provide the

10 Time Management Tips Every Retailer Needs to Know

Time management tips
Retail managers wear many hats and therefore could use these time management tips. They are essentially the face of the store and are responsible for making sure consumers have a positive experience. Managing employees, keeping up with inventory, managing finances, and keeping the store presentable are just a few of the hats retail managers wear. 

Solving the Challenges of a Mobile Workforce: Time Tracking

mobile workforce
Using a mobile workforce offers unique challenges–including challenges that weren’t a problem just a few short years ago, when employees had to check in with a brick and mortar office in order to go to work each day. Globally, by 2023, mobile workers are on track to make up more than 43% of the workforce.