Time and attendance system enables breaks to activate between set times
Soaring passenger numbers have led to Southampton port chiefs set their sights on a fifth cruise terminal which would create hundreds of new jobs. Directors of Associated British Ports were due to show the plans to cope with the increased throughput to junior transport minister Mike Penning. The number of passengers has trebled from 500,000 in 2004 to almost 1.5 million, and the projected figure for 2020 is 2m. The development could see 90 extra cruise ships coming to the city.
A fully scalable Time & Attendance system from Tensor, WinTA.NET allows a business to adapt from a small single site operation to a large global network. WinTAnet handles all major hours calculation methods, so all types of contracts, pay scales and working rules are catered for if you are taking on more workers. You can also enable breaks to activate between set times, and/or after a minimum number of hours have been worked. The optional auto-clockout feature allows the system to automatically clock an employee out at a specified time if no clockings are made.