One clock records employee details for 250 people
Cash-strapped Portsmouth Football Club won their fight for survival in the High Court, which ruled in the favour of the club. HM Revenue & Customs was seeking an order blocking a proposed Company Voluntary Agreement (CVA) put together by the club's administrators to help it out of administration. HMRC argued the CVA was "unfair and seriously flawed" as it gave preference to football creditors, who were able to claim all what they were owed, while other creditors would receive much less.
Pompey suffered relegation following their financial woes, which was chiefly due to a top-heavy wage structure. Clubs, like all businesses, can keep a tight rein on their balance sheet with a Tensor time and attendance system. Smart cards and key fobs can be used to operate your, which is able to efficiently share employee data. The entry-level WinTA Lite operates a single time clock and can record employee details for up to 250 people. The versatile set up (compatible with all working hours regulations) means you can create a wide range of daily working patterns, or shifts.