Protection of workers’ rights – back to the time clock in the 21st century? ECJ ruling on recording working hours! We can show you how!
Has a new era of timekeeping begun? On 14 May 2019, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg obliged employers in the EU to systematically and completely record the daily working hours of their employees. This is the only way to check whether permissible working hours are exceeded. The member states of the EU are invited to commit companies to an objective, reliable and accessible time recording system. However, how the individual countries organize this, is left to them.
But the requirements of the working world 4.0 cannot be met by recording working hours 1.0.
The achievement of agile working hours must continue. This flexible and modern way of working requires a modern tool that also meets the legal requirements. Regardless of the industry and variable in use, today’s systems for tracking working hours offer many advantages for companies. Here Oracle is considered as the solution provider that already implements this requirement in its products today. The balanced applications include standardized functions for flexible use of timekeeping both in the office and on the move.
Does that sound interesting to you? Then take part in the free webinar on July 9, 2019 at 10:00 am. The webinar will be held in German.
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