Rostering network quickly identifies when normal working patterns not followed
The health service "is not Tesco", says the British Medical Association (BMA) over NHS proposals to increase weekend working for doctors and other staff. Bosses at the NHS want to emulate companies such as the leading supermarket as an example of around-the-clock working. In this situation operations could take place on a Saturday or Sunday. However the BMA objected to this example, and a spokeswoman said: "The health service is not Tesco, I don’t think that is a good comparison."
A complete Smart Card Time and Attendance System from Tensor includes software including all the features to manage time and attendance recording for 50 up to 10,000 people. The comprehensive user-definable rosters and shifts in a Tensor WinTA network means you can create a wide range of daily working patterns (shifts) for your staff. An Exception view quickly identifies areas where the normal working pattern has not been followed.