ECJ ruling on working time recording » ISGUS offers modern solution

Is the time clock coming for everyone?

The 2019 European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling on the recording of working time is still omnipresent. In case C-55/18, the Spanish trade union CCOO brought an action against a Deutsche Bank branch in Spain. According to the ECJ ruling, Member States of the European Union are obliged to ensure that companies record the daily working time of their employees. To this end, companies are obliged to introduce an objective, reliable and publicly accessible record of working time.

Recording of working time - when does it become compulsory?

The German Federal Labour Court (Bundesarbeitsgericht, BAG) confirmed the ECJ's ruling at the end of September 2022, sparking renewed discussions. There is already an obligation to record working time. The federal government is currently working on a draft law to transfer the ECJ's requirements into national law and anchor them in the German Labour Code. A look at other member states of the European Union shows that full implementation of the ruling is still a long time coming.

ISGUS has the solution for you!

The modern ZEUS® Time and Attendance system from ISGUS meets all the requirements of objective, reliable and publicly accessible working time recording. With ZEUS® Time & Attendance, you can work at any time and from anywhere in a legally compliant manner and solve all time management tasks in an innovative way. ZEUS® can be used in any industry and company size. The scalable range of functions and the modular expandability enable you to expand to comprehensive workforce managementZEUS® is the solution for your time management and for the future of your company