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Over the last few years, my company has evolved from a one-man show (me) to a crew of six or eight, and a fulltime office person. During that time, I introduced a number of systems to simplify our lives and improve accuracy, but my employees were still overwhelmed with seemingly endless paperwork. After some thought about how to streamline the process, I concluded that less information, accurately and regularly received, was far better than late information or, worse, none at all. I realized that the one piece of paper that was turned in absolutely on time, every time, was the lead carpenter's time card. No time card, no paycheck! All I had to do was find