BRANCHBURG, N.J. – November 21, 2011 – ( has announced the upcoming release of its mobile application, TotalHRWorks. Available to licensees and the user community in early 2012, TotalHRWorks will encompass features across the entire workforce management suite.

According to a study conducted by The Business Journals, of 2,223 business owners, CEOs, and presidents of small to mid-sized companies, 59 percent are currently utilizing or considering mobile technology as a means of conducting business operations. “We are operating in an innovative and rapidly shifting world – one that is more connected and constantly on the move,” said Bill Loss, CEO at “It was imperative for us to respond to the growing need of our licensees and overall user community by presenting them with a solution that embraces the ideology of this new world.”

“There are currently mobile business applications available that address the needs for individual workforce management solutions like payroll and time and attendance,” continued Loss. “But a mobile application that encompasses the complete functional spectrum and offers the convenience of a one-stop mobile shop is practically non-existent.”

TotalHRWorks supports both manager and employee level functionality and provides the ability to apply aspects of a company’s brand to the look and feel of the application. The mobile application allows employees to review schedules, submit time off requests, and view time off balances and historical pay statements. Managers have the ability to see who is in and out, streamline HR-related tasks through checklists, approve time off requests, and limit employee access to specific pre-determined areas through configurable geo-restrictions as it relates to clocking in.

“Conducting business via mobile technology is becoming more prevalent as each day passes, so too is the foreseeable need for workforce management functionality to be available in a mobile environment,” stated Loss. “For that reason, it was pivotal for us to identify key features from our workforce management platform and make them available through mobile devices.”

The mobile application automatically exchanges data with the workforce management platform so that any changes made within the application are also reflected in the platform. If the mobile network or Internet connection is lost or unavailable, data will still be recorded and stored in the mobile device and pushed out to the platform once a connection is re-established. This provides users with uninterrupted and instantaneous access to the software at virtually any time of day.

“The launch of TotalHRWorks is a crucial development that demonstrates our ongoing commitment to deliver cutting-edge workforce management technology solutions to the business community,” concluded Loss.