Personnel software reports show when rest day rules are broken
The TUC (Trades Union Congress) has given the thumbs-up to a slight rise in the minimum wage, which most adult UK workers are eligible for. In a statement the TUC said: “Its success has shown that – despite scare-mongering from some business voices – the economy can easily cope with sensible labour market regulation. Indeed, our current economic woes seem to be caused by too little regulation rather than too much.” The employment ministry added that the main 13p per hour increases “are appropriate for the economic climate.”
Tensor time and attendance job booking and job costing systems make handling wages and Working Time Regulations (WTR) simple. WinTAnet software includes all the rules laid down in the WTR, and rules can be modified to suit your company's Working Time agreements. You are pre-warned when applying a shift pattern that will result in a WTR infringement. Standard reports show: the average hours worked during any period; instances when rest day rules have been broken; and when night workers are due a health assessment.