Success Stories

Success stories from small businesses using Timetastic to manage their team's absence.

Holiday matters - at online retailer Yogamatters

If you fill your business with the right people, they’re often willing to give you their all. But they have a life outside of your office. Recognising just how important annual leave is to your employees, can turn you from a good manager into a great one.…

Gary Bury

Taking time off properly with Very Good & Proper

We spoke to London-based furniture designers Very Good & Proper about their company culture, funky offices, and experiences joining the Timetastic way of life. This is a company that knows how to work hard and rest right.…

Michael Metcalf

Befriending simplicity with b:Friend

Bingo is Bull****’. b:Friend are tackling the loneliness epidemic in older people with rock 'n' roll dance sessions, spoken-word recitals, and water-based graffiti art.…

Michael Metcalf

Taking time off transparently at Buffer

How Timetastic's Google Calendar and Slack integrations are helping Buffer with transparency and visibility.…

Sam Terrace

Dealing with absence digitally at Engage Interactive

"Fitness for work" is a term that comes up fairly often these days, usually after a hefty dose of the lurgy. At Leeds-based agency Engage Interactive, however, things are taken to the next level.…

Sam Terrace

Searching for sweet relief from spreadsheets at Custard

Switching from a spreadsheet to slick absence management has been the icing on the cake for this digital marketing agency.…

Sam Terrace

Swapping shared spreadsheets for simplicity at Big Ideas Machine

How this small team of PR, marketing and gaming experts uses Timetastic to lighten the burden of admin.…

Sam Terrace

Creativity and Content Marketing with Sookio

How this digital marketing agency embraced Timetastic to move away from the out dated spreadsheets.…

Michael Metcalf

Saving time, paper and frustration at magneticNorth

How a digital design agency uses Timetastic for stress-free, simple leave planning.…

Sam Terrace