How does your company deal with this “big bang”? Are you already among the lucky ones that enable their employees to record their working hours according to the legal regulations – and without a cost explosion?
These days, everybody is talking about the so-called “time clock ruling” of the Court of Justice for the European Union (CJEU) from 2019 again. The German Federal Labour Court (Bundesarbeitsgericht) has made a decisive statement in this matter on 13.09.2022: German employers will soon be legally required to record working hours, and not only for Sunday work and overtime any more.
Economy and labour law experts are currently discussing this matter fiercely, since it will inevitably have an impact on trust-based working time models, mobile and home office work, etc. One thing, however, is already certain: According to the current legal situation, every single employer is obligated to introduce a time recording system! And as a result, one more thing is clear: All companies in Germany will therefore face additional work – and thus costs! – at least in the short term.
Customers of Danielle Software und Service GmbH, however, can be relaxed in the face of these developments. They have been benefiting from our cost-effective, simple and completely digital time recording features for some time already.
Time can be tracked anytime and anywhere: with a classic PC, a terminal with a fingerprint or chip reader or – for example in the home office, in the workshop or on the road to a customer – with your own smartphone using “Danielle Talk”, our innovative chatbot.
Just enter “start”, “break” or “end of work” and everything else happens automatically. This also includes the calculation of overtime and/or surcharges. “Danielle Talk” is available as a contact in Telegram and Skype or as an app on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
Learn more about our flexible and mobile time recording features and test them free of charge: Time Recording (danielle-software.com)