Workplace PC software produces four different pay bands in each shift
Sources close to a top soccer club today (March 9) say players have agreed wage cuts to lessen the impact of redundancies. In order to save the troubled club Rangers, leading players like Steven Naismith have already struck deals to take a 75 per cent cut. On Tuesday night administrator David Whitehouse said a failure to agree to certain clauses with players’ advisers had blocked the deal. The Scottish champions need to make savings of around £1m per month.
User-definable working patterns, rosters and shifts are possible at your workplace thanks to Tensor’s time and attendance technology. The large fluorescent display of the T32xx clocking station makes it easy to confirm your clockings and check flexi-time hours. Overtime is easily monitored by the PC software with up to four different pay bands in each shift. Bands are selected based on the time and the number of hours worked. The T32xx works independently of the PC, if the computer is switched off or fails.