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3 Ways a Labor Management Software Can Improve Project Profitability

Labor costs can drive profitability down more than any other factor when running a construction company.

How a Time Tracking App Can Help You Remain DCAA and DOL Compliant

DCAA and DOL compliance will likely play an important part in your life.

How Technology Can Help Your Contracting Company Cut Costs

For contracting companies, every penny counts, and by utilizing technology available it is no longer difficult to track and manage costs.

Announcing Version 2.9 of Our Mobile App

We are excited to share with you the many changes available in the latest update to our mobile app.

Introducing Maps

Labor Sync Maps offers real-time mapping of employees, providing unprecedented insight into employee movements and activities throughout the day.

The Road to 3.0

Labor Sync is evolving! While you may have noticed our release of QuickBooks integration and in-app customer support, get ready for some major changes!

Labor Sync’s Newest Integration: Quickbooks

Here at Labor Sync we are all about making your life easier, and guess what…. we did it again!

7 Important Factors That Contribute to DCAA and DOL Compliance

The Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) conducts audits on government contractors to determine compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR).

The Art of Loyalty: How to Reduce Employee Turnover

Employee turnover is one of the highest preventable business costs.

The Benefits of Tracking Your Time With Your Mobile Phone

As time, project and timesheet tracking grow more complex for expanding companies, managers benefit from adopting new solutions.

Why Contractors Shouldn’t Take Every Job They Come Across

Here are some things to consider when you are deciding whether accepting a contracting job is the best fit for you, your customer, and your bottom line.

Labor Sync Service Disruption and Restoration

In an effort to be transparent, we would like to discuss the nature and resolution of the December 1st, 2014 service disruption experienced by some of our customers.