Advanced payroll software handles workers paid on an annual contract basis
The new BBC annual report has revealed an overall fall in pay to its star attractions. The corporation says that 19 individuals were paid more than a £500,000 salary in the year to March 2011, two fewer than the year before. Overall spending on talent went down 4 per cent, and executive salaries were also down. Part of the reason for the former was the BBC lost two of its most expensive stars when Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley moved to ITV.
There is no better Time & Attendance and payroll software in handling all major hours calculation methods than Tensor's WinTAnet system for businesses. WinTAnet can supply working rules to calculate the correct result. It contains special rules to accommodate the formal flexi-time contracts worked by many public sector employees. Workers paid on an annual contract basis can be handled by the annualised hours procedures and reports. You can also enable breaks to activate between set times, and/or after a minimum number of hours have been worked.