Workplace network easily accommodates public sector flexitime contracts
Some 68,000 staff at NHS Trusts could face one per cent pay cuts after the health service needs to save £20billion over the next four years. The 20 Trusts concerned argue that the changes, which will involve introducing regional pay and cutting holidays, will potentially save as many as 6,000 NHS jobs. Presently the worker wage bill makes up more than two-thirds of employer spend, which the public sector union Unison said the Trusts want to trim to 60 per cent.
Your organisation can properly regulate and organise its pay, terms and working conditions via a cutting-edge automated Tensor Time and Attendance network. It contains special rules to accommodate the formal flexitime contracts worked by many public sector employees. Shifts, breaks, lateness recording and pay scales are all dealt with by our Web enabled WinTA systems that can be customised to your requirements. Each member of staff can be allocated different entitlements for absence such as annual leave or allowed sickness.