The Inspired Insider
Weekly Wednesday | 02/07 - 02/13
February Theme: Celebration
Employee Spotlight of The Week!
Inspired Call Summary
- Measure/ISVs: If you arrive to conduct a Measure or ISV and space is under construction, that’s a red flag, especially if the drywall is not on the walls yet. In much new construction or remodel cases, a second Measure/ISV may be necessary. And if you see there’s no drywall in the space you’re expected to measure, take photos and connect with your Market Manager. Without drywall in place, we may ask you to submit photos only.
- Real-time clocking: You all going to start hearing a lot more from everyone here at Penmarc about the importance of clocking in/out of jobs in real-time. We have seen an uptick in overlapping time records, manual punches, and forgetfulness to clock in and out of jobs altogether. Know that failing to clock in/out in real-time consistently bogs down critical resources and affects your pay, even if you’re a 1099 or Sub.
- As a reminder Installers should clock-in at the arrival of each job.
- Installers should clock-out of each job once they are in their vehicle and ready to depart.
- If an installer is traveling to another job, installers should clock-in at the beginning of their travel to the next job.
- It’s essential that you clock-out of the current Job before clocking-in to the next Job.
- Because Travel time can be considered working hours, clocking-in does not give an accurate representation of if an installer has begun work on a job site.
- Adding your arrival time in Cruxos is critical for Market Managers, Coordinators, and others to know that you have started work at the job site.
- Arrival time also provides accurate documentation should the job start time be called into question at a later date.
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Measurement and ISV