Mission: Power Prosperity Around the World
TSheets by QuickBooks' relentless mission is to be the #1 employee rated and requested time tracking and scheduling system on the planet!
TSheets isn't just about tracking time ...
We started on our own terms. We set up shop in an unlikely tech hub: rural America. Eagle, Idaho, has allowed us to be lean and still be profitable. Only after nine years of scrappy, fiercely independent operations did we agree to bring on a growth equity partner. Summit Partners came in to help us recruit and develop the top talent, enhance our product offering, and accomplish our relentless mission to become the No. 1 employee rated and requested time tracking and scheduling software on the planet.
Now, a new chapter of our journey has begun. As of January 2018, TSheets is proudly owned by Intuit and powered by QuickBooks. Our team of 300, who make TSheets what it is today, have joined forces with Intuit’s 9,000 brilliant individuals who share our passion to innovate and deliver excellence. TSheets and Intuit also share an obsessive customer-centric vision. As one company, we will provide a seamless experience and better tools to run your business.
TSheets isn't just about tracking time—it's about making time count.
"The TSheets Way" — is a credo that sets the expectations for every single person who joins our team. This credo that goes above and beyond our core values and right into the threads of our DNA. While our core values remind us to "innovate and win," and to always strive for excellence, they don't tell the whole story that defines how we operate as a high functioning team day in and day out. The TSheets Way defines what it means to be a member of the TSheets family.
So You Want to Work Here...
At TSheets, we value your personal goals and aspirations just as much as your work. We hire the most knowledgeable, dedicated, and fun employees in the industry, and we hope you are one of them!
If you join the TSheets team, you buy into our BHAG (big hairy audacious goal) to become the #1 employee rated time tracker on the planet. You don't have to be hairy or audacious to buy in, but it might help....
Pabst Blue Ribbon isn't just for drinking. It's also a part of our core values.
Innovate for Impact, Design for Delight
Our culture of innovation inspires everything we do. In fact, we like to think of ourselves as a 30-year-old start-up—because we may be big and established, but we are fast movers. We’re bold, creative and overflowing with fresh ideas that lead to products that improve the lives of millions. Working together in small teams with a “design first” approach, we are Innovation Catalysts. And we invite you to join us and use your own inventive ideas to help us solve important problems—and to help people do more, make more and be more.
Find out how we encourage and support our employees in tapping into their own passions to help us grow the company while delighting customers around the world.
What's it like to live in Boise? The Visitor's Bureau gives you a 60-second overview. Then we invite you to explore our in-depth, insider look at what life is like here in the Treasure Valley. You'll find that our Idahome has a lot more to it than Boise State's blue turf and a few billion potatoes. So without further ado, let's lift our glasses (of local Ste. Chapelle wine of course) to Boise!
Hiking, Biking, and So Much More
Idaho is a wild place. Cut by the Rocky Mountains, this state has more designated wilderness area than any other in the lower 48. If outdoor adventures rank at the top of your to-do list, it takes minimal time and effort to dive into the surrounding beauty of the rivers, mountains, lakes, deserts, hills and other oasis-like wonders of the West found right beyond (and often right inside) Boise and surrounding suburbs. From a post-work wind-down to a long weekend away, just pick yourpursuit, grab your gear, and never stop exploring.
Straight Outta Boise
When it comes to local goodies, Boise brings its A-game. You'll find that Boise pride is a big thing here, meaning that all things local are celebrated in the City of Trees. You'll see the shape of Idaho or references to Boise on our T-shirts, our bumper stickers, and on our storefronts. Not to mention BRONCO NATION. (Before BSU started to show up in the spotlight, this wasn't a thing. Now it really, really is.) On game days you'll see the blue and orange flags a' flyin' and the Bronco nation wearing their gear to represent.
Where will you find local flavor at its finest in Boise and surrounding areas? We did our research (we ate a lot of donuts), and we've compiled a list detailing the best of Boise. In fact, many of our finalists are regulars on the Best of Boise list published each year by Boise Weekly!
Things to Eat
There's no shortage of things to eat in Boise. Unique, local treats aren't hard to find, and no matter what type of food is your jam, there's something out there to please your tastebuds.
What makes living in Boise special? Some recent Boise transplants give you two good reasons: cost of living and quality of life. Why Live in Boise?
Like variety? You'll like living in Boise. Boise's climate has four distinct seasons that are pretty even in length, with plenty of opportunit
ies for diverse outdoor recreation and entertainment in each one. Learn how to enjoy the best of Boise all year long.
Crime in Boise
Did you know that Boise landed the No. 7 spot on Business Insider's list of 20 Safest Cities in America? Get the full scoop on safety in the City of Trees.
I have been working at TSheets full-time (More than a year)
Great atmosphere, Lots of movement, growing fast! Great leadership!
No specific cons, It's a great place to work.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at TSheets (Eagle, ID) in March 2016.
I spoke on the phone with a colleague who was working at TSheets on the Dev team. I had heard good things about TSheets, but wanted to get more details to make sure it would be a good fit for me. After a very positive conversation, I got the process started by sending him my resume. He said that they might not be hiring developers right at that moment in time, but the hiring manager was very good at following up with applicants when positions opened up.
Two weeks later, the hiring manager sent me an email asking for a phone interview with him. We set a date and no more than a couple hours later, I received a job offer from another company with a hard-set fast-approaching deadline. The hiring manager was great in working with me and giving me a fair shot in the interview process. Very communicative and open throughout, despite an incredibly busy schedule.
The actual interview process started with a personal interview with the hiring manager for an hour in his office. It mostly consisted of him getting to know me, my work experience, my work philosophies, etc as well as him explaining his expectations, work processes, company philosophies, etc. It was very relaxed in an open conversation format. He did ask one technical question at the very end about designing a web page and how I would tweak it for the better.
The next interview was two business days later (thanks to my deadline). I came back to TSheets for a group panel with the hiring manager as well as three developers. We met in a conference room for a little over an hour where they told me a bit about themselves and I shared my work experience all the way back from the beginning (even the hiring manager didn't me have go back that far) of my career in development. I was then asked lots of technical questions ranging all over the development stack: including CSS, jQuery, security practices, SQL, Unix commands, etc. They wanted to see what I knew and any time I didn't know the answer I told them straight up, but still took a stab at it. After that, we went to lunch where I could ask them anything and everything about TSheets. I then was given a tour of the building and that was it.
My deadline was the next day, so the hiring manager got back to me with the offer only an hour or two after we met. Normally, the process consists of a 30 minute phone screen with the hiring manager, an hour interview with the hiring manager, and a group panel interview. The hiring manager kind of mushed the first two interviews for my particular circumstance.