The basic tasks for the modern systems that support this area include:
- Support for planning of the subordinate employees’ working time by the managerial staff .
- Record keeping of hours worked (including support for various models of time worked recording).
- Working time banking.
Let’s learn more then about the key functionalities of the modern working time management system.
Working time planning
A few years ago the only person who has participated in the working time planning process was a manager (of the production department, point of sale, call centre etc.). The system was to warn him or her against errors and the risk of code violations as the manager focuses primarily on business and does not specialise in labour law – it is the software that is supposed to lead him or her through the meanders of law and shorten the time spent on planning.
Today, a modern system supporting working time management must offer much more. First of all, the software should generate an optimal team schedule taking into account the requirements of the manager, code constraints and availability of staff. Secondly, in the majority of industries we want, or even need, to take into account personal preferences ...