I'm a programmer and I regularly write small utility programs for friends and family. Since I like a joke, all those programs have help/about forms that describe the program as having been produced by a completely fictional company. So far so boring. However, I would like my "company" to have a motto* in Latin and the motto I have chosen is "Let's go to work" but specifically in the sense Joe Cabot uses in Reservoir Dogs — short clip here.
Refining my searches a bit (my Google-fu must be weak), I keep coming up with "et eamus ad operandum", so I suppose my question is really: is "et eamus ad operandum" valid, and does it actually mean "let's go to work"?
Many thanks to @Rafael and @Joonas Ilmavirta for the guidance and for keeping me plugging away.
*Motto might not even be the right word, but you know what I mean.