Clocking system shows when night workers are due a health assessment
An employment panel was told that a custody nurse made an allegation of bullying against an officer dealing with her absence levels. Ms Anna Hulse was part of a small team of 19 nurses at North Wales Police. The hearing – which was convening to reach a decision on her fitness to work – revealed that the bullying accusation was rejected after investigation, and meant Ms Hulse was able to go on claiming her £40,000 a year salary package for a year.
Tensor knows that you will get the best out of your workforce if their hours and pay are properly regulated, monitored and conform to the law. Luckily, our automatic smart card operated WinTA time and attendance clocking systems do just that. Our clever WinTA software means management is pre-warned when applying a shift pattern that will result in a Working Time Regulations infringement. Standard reports show any instances when rest day rules have been broken and when night workers are due a health assessment.