Clocking system quickly identifies employees that are expected to be at work
A key Coalition member has accused some trade union leaders of being “hell bent” on strike action. The Treasury Chief Secretary Danny Alexander said the Government would be soon contacting 2.5 million public sector workers to “explain to them” the latest improved pensions offer. Mr Alexander told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show that the Government wanted to appeal directly to union members. The MP added of unions that “there are some who seem desperate, hell bent if you like, on strike action.”
Accurate information about absenteeism and lateness is crucial for many businesses. Clocking experts Tensor offer the advanced WinTAnet Time and Attendance network. Graphical calendar charts provide a colourful way of viewing an individual’s or a department’s absence records. Each employee can be allocated different entitlements for absence such as annual leave or allowed sickness. As absence is booked and taken, the available remainder for each entitlement is updated. The system also quickly identifies missing employees that are expected to be at work.