Construction Labor Reports & Why Contractors Need Them
As a construction manager, you are undoubtedly familiar with construction labor reports. The importance of keeping track of your crews’ time on the project, as well as the subcontractors on site day-to-day, it can be a slog to keep your paperwork in order, especially if you have to manage an array of time sheets.
Fortunately, TRUE takes all of the tedious data entry and headaches out of labor reporting. Construction contractors have thousands of items to track and reports to generate on a daily basis. Construction labor reports can be especially frustrating and time-consuming because they require a large amount of data from separate sources. Modern labor reporting software like TRUE automatically create detailed construction labor reports from the daily report data that you’re already collecting on your construction sites using TRUE Field. When field foreman submit their construction daily report, the labor information is automatically synced with the office for real-time updates to the office.
Construction labor reports are a convenient way to visualize your construction labor. Labor reports give you insights into the number of hours worked, the number of workers across different sites, and the description of tasks performed on those sites.
Labor reports can vary depending on the data you are collecting and the software you are using to collect it. TRUE’s labor reports are built for efficiency and ease of use, automatically formatting the data so that it’s easy to read and share.
If you’re already using TRUE, you’re familiar with the enormous amount of data you can collect from a construction site in a single day. Work logs, inspections, photos, weather reports, and the list goes on. TRUE labor reporting allows you to view all your labor and job site data, giving you insights over hours worked, labor across multiple job sites, as well as actual descriptions of work performed.