In true TSheets fashion — going where no other accounting app has gone before — we are proud to announce our new business management tool a.k.a. PRO Portal (EXCLUSIVELY) for our TSheets PROs.
If you’re one of our PROs, you’re likely already using your free TSheets account and have helped your clients improve their business productivity by introducing them to TSheets.
Calling all tech enthusiasts! The Boise Tech Show is back, and this year, it’s better than ever.
The 4th annual Boise Tech Show, hosted by Fisher’s Technology, will be the hub spot of sorts for businesses from all over the Treasure Valley to get acquainted with the latest, cutting-edge technology from our city’s best.
Presenters from the top tech companies in town will be talking to business owners about their newest products and technologies. Among them, our own CEO, Matt Rissell, will be speaking about TSheets Time Tracker ! (more…)
“All that I am or hope to be, I owe to my mother.”
Mother’s Day is May 10th and we want to celebrate! We TSheet-ers love our moms. Actually, we love ALL moms! Whether you’re a biological mom, adoptive mom, grandma, aunt, sister, friend, mom to animals or show a motherly love to someone or something — we love and value you because we know how much time and effort you give to others. (more…)
Role: Software Engineer (Mobile)
Functional Area: Product Team
Employment type: Regular full-time
Founded in 2006, TSheets is a web-based (SaaS) employee time and attendance software used by thousands of companies and their employees around the world. Because you will be working with a progressive tech company voted Most Innovative Company of the year in Idaho, rated one of the Best Places to Work in Idaho, and with the #1 app in the Intuit ecosystem globally, opportunities of this caliber are few (very few!) and far between.
Check out our careers page and our company page for a glimpse of our company culture!
It’s hard not to quit when everything is fighting against you—when you’re down in the dumps and no matter how hard you try, you just can’t see the upside of a situation. I’ve been there, and I almost quit. How can you press forward when everything looks dark? I answer that here.