Bonus payments done at a sprint with easy to use payroll technology
A bus strike due to start tomorrow (Thursday) in a dispute over Olympic bonuses has been postponed while union officials look at a new offer. Management have offered a bonus of £583 to drivers working on 24 of the 29 days that this summer’s Games take place, or £700 for drivers in busy garages. The conciliation service Acas confirmed the strike has been put on hold after a third day of talks. Acas chief conciliator Peter Harwood said: “Acas talks are continuing.”
Bonuses and other staff payments are done with a sprint rather than a marathon thanks to easy-to-use Tensor Time and Attendance payroll technology. Tensor WinTA systems handle all major hours calculation methods, absence planning and entitlement management. WinTA allows you to create a series of shift premium rules that enable employees to earn bonus payments under special circumstances. The bonus is calculated either as extra hours or monetary amounts and can be included in the export to payroll.