OnTheClock offers all the things you’ll need to track employee time quickly and accurately. Features include:
Gusto integrates with OnTheClock to sync time and attendance data directly from OnTheClock to Gusto.
Customers who join Gusto from OnTheClock will receive Gusto free for their first 3 months. Here’s how to sign up for a new Gusto account from OnTheClock:
Use if you have an existing Gusto account and a new OnTheClock account with no employees.
The employees that you selected will now be imported and synced to your OnTheClock account.
Use if you have an existing OnTheClock account and a new Gusto account with no employees.
Before sending a timecard, make sure you’re connected to Gusto and all applicable employees have synced successfully.
Keep in mind: you must have existing time card entries in your OnTheClock account for employee hours to be sent to Gusto. We recommend sending hours to Gusto after allowing employees to clock in/out for a full pay cycle.
Keep in mind: you must first set up vacation and sick time PTO policies in Gusto in order for those values to successfully sync.
Federal holidays can be set up in Gusto and will be automatically counted as PTO when payroll is processed.
Having trouble syncing employee timecard data?
Check on the below:
Employee hours will appear on page 1 of payroll, and page 2 if sick and vacation time applies.
Q: What happens if an employee's information is updated after the employee was synced?
A: If the employee in OnTheClock or Gusto is updated after a sync, a re-sync will be required.
Q: Does the integration support multiple pay rates or jobs?
A: At this time, no. OnTheClock is always iterating on their product and will notify customers if anything changes.
Q: Can the sync be automated?
A: No. It’s important for an admin to do a final review and approval of time cards first and foremost before sending information to payroll.