Leading clocking system ensures compliance with EU Working Time Directive
An employment tribunal ruled that a local authority had not provided information to a trade union on matters such as a collective redundancy consultation in 2012. The case involved breaches of the Agency Workers Regulations (AWRs) for dozens of workers at Barnet Council. The AWRs were introduced in October 2011 to provide greater parity of pay and conditions for long serving temporary staff. Clauses were also changed in other employment legislation around redundancy and trade union notifications.
As the British and European leader in clocking systems, Tensor are consistently providing new features in our software whenever the legislation changes, thus ensuring compliance with workplace regulations like the EU Working Time Directive. The EU Working Time Directive provides a complex set of employment rules and regulations that govern the number of hours an employee can complete. All Tensor automated time and attendance systems come complete with sophisticated software to help your company meet the requirements of the EU Working Time Directive.