Create secondary pay bands with time and attendance software
Prime Minister David Cameron took a 5% pay cut when he took office and earns £142,500; however research has found that almost 10,000 public sector employees earning a better salary than him. The BBC survey in collaboration with the Bureau of Investigative Journalism found that there were more than 38,000 public employees earning above £100,000, a subject about which Mr Cameron has already raised concerns. The PM and his cabinet took the 5% cut when they formed the government at a time of record deficits and a sluggish economy.
You can create a wide range of pay rates, shifts and working patterns with Tensor time and attendance software. All time and attendance systems have a familiar Windows interface, providing quick and easy access to information. The working patterns can run past midnight, making night shifts simple to define. Additional features are available, which can be implemented to take into account diversity with pay scales. For instance Secondary Pay Bands, where certain pay bands pay into other bands either on a 1:1 basis or by using a multiplier.