Workplace software deals with staff paid on an annual contract basis
London Underground (LU) has said it will not appeal against a judge’s decision, which means a Tube strike will proceed on Boxing Day. LU’s bid to halt the 24-hour walkout by drivers failed in court. LU’s management said they would not resort to the Court of Appeal to try to overturn the decision. Lawyers for LU had argued that the strike had a “false mandate” by extending the ballot to those people who were not rostered to work on the bank holiday.
All facets of shifts, rostering and hours at work are dealt with by an automated Tensor Time and Attendance system. Our sophisticated software handles all major hours calculation methods, as well as job costing, absence planning and entitlement management. Workers paid on an annual contract basis can be handled by the annualised hours procedures and reports within the WinTA network. Settings are included to separate ‘worked time’ into different overtime rates, night shift working, unpaid and paid breaks, and more.