Clocking software activates breaks after a minimum number of hours worked
A proposal to keep 24-hour cover for Windsor fire station will go to public consultation on Monday (October 3) for three months and if approved the round the clock service will start in April 2012. This ends a five-year battle to save the town's station from night-time closure. The Fire Authority agreed a proposal for the cover using a smaller fire engine and fewer crew at a council meeting on Wednesday.
Tensor Time & Attendance systems deal with staff clocking and hours issues in the quickest and most efficient way available on the market. Our Time and Attendance networks such as WinTAnet can supply working rules to calculate the correct result. A number of basic rules control how hours are calculated by the software. These include settings to separate ‘worked time’ into different overtime rates, to handle night shift working and paid or unpaid breaks. You can also enable breaks to activate between set times, and/or after a minimum number of hours have been worked.