Just wondering, I have a big problem with the guys tracking hours and jobs. They turn in time sheets that show ten hours of "punch in time" but show 6-7 hours of billable activity. There is loss in the morning, coming back, even driving the routes, and then some that just isn't tracked good at all. I worked at a steel shop once, we had "time cards" for each job. If we stopped or switched jobs, we punched out of one, and then into another. The idea being that all of your time was either billable directly to a customer Job, or at least tracked as an over head expense. My routes have less than 15-20 mins travel in the morning, then less than 5-7 mins between jobs and we end up back at the shop. Average should be 90 mins travel for 8.5 hours worked billed. Does anyone have experience with paying guys a higher wage per hour, but only paying them job site time, in an effort to get them to track time better, and stop the goofing off doing the day, and taking the long way to the jobs? I know larger companies that do this, but most of their work is very large and they only do 1-3 sites per day.