St. Paul, MN — Employee scheduling software company thisCLICKS, Inc. is now When I Work, Inc. The name change and rebranding comes as a result of a company-wide commitment to become the most important workforce management and hourly employee brand in the world.
No one is more committed to meeting that goal than Chad Halvorson, Founder & CEO of When I Work, Inc. He and his team of 40 employees have been busy building and releasing new updates to the When I Work web and mobile apps to meet the needs of the company’s growing user base.
The hard work has been paying off—nearly half a million people in over 50 countries now rely on When I Work for employee scheduling, time clock, and communication.
For Halvorson, the name change will help push the company to the next level in terms of future growth.
“The name change highlights our long term vision that will empower the hourly worker like nothing the world has ever seen. When our vision is realized, the relationship between employer and employee will never be the same again. We believe this vision is ultimately what will ensure continued success among small businesses in their quest for workforce management sanity and less back office busy work.”
As part of the rebranding initiative, the time clock and attendance app from thisCLICKS known as WageBase is also being renamed. It will now exist as a product offering under the When I Work brand and will be called When I Work Attendance.
For more information, contact:
President & COO
When I Work, Inc.
651-330-4482 ext. 140