The Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs has commissioned an expert opinion on the implementation of the ECJ ruling on working time recording of 14 May 2019 in order to examine a possible need for legal action. The result is now available.
The expert opinion shows that German labour law does not meet the requirements of the Working Time Directives and formulates a concrete legal need for action. By creating a simple, objective and reliable system, it can be ensured that working time is correctly recorded and the associated strengthening of employees' rights is realised.
As a result of digitization, our working world is in a state of constant change. Especially in times of immediate accessibility, new forms of work and flexible working hours, it is important to strengthen the rights of employees. Making working hours more flexible must not mean that the boundaries between working time and rest periods disappear. A recording obligation therefore guarantees fair working conditions for all employees.
With ISGUS time and attendance you can flexibly adapt your working hours to the respective workload and at the same time create working hours that promote motivation. ZEUS® can always manage your working time models in accordance with employment agreements and current legislation. Time and effort involved with routine administration and tasks, caused by working time organisation, fulfilment of obligation to comply with agreed and non agreement regulations plus various other company agreements, is significantly reduced. ZEUS® time and attendance meets the requirements of the digital service society and can be expanded and supplemented at any time. The ZEUS® software solution is individually adapted to your company and your needs - we will be happy to advise you.