Time monitoring

Time monitoring has become a key focus during inspections by regulators and, as a result, it has become increasingly important to properly monitor normal working hours and overtime hours, especially for companies with fewer than 50 workers.

Social Security demands that all companies keep a record of their working day which details the normal hours and overtime worked by each employee.

This document needs to meet the following requirements:

  • It must be daily.

  • It must include entry and exit times.

  • It applies to all workers.

  • The record should be accepted by the employee.

It might sound like a very demanding activity and possibly difficult to carry out, but there are ways to carry out this task easily, such as with the use of software which complies with the established legislation. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to gather valuable data about the productivity of your workforce.

At Horus Firm, we can help you with your business’ time monitoring. Get in contact with us to find out more.