13.09.2022 - Erfurt

Since the judgement of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in 2019, we know that employers are obliged to document employees' overtime and undertime.

The Federal Labour Court in Erfurt has published a landmark ruling that employers are generally obliged to record employees' working hours.

Many employers and employees fear that this will mean that the trust-based working time model and home office can no longer take place as usual.
However, there is no need to worry. With a cloud-based solution, times can be recorded from anywhere. Whether on business trips, in the field, in the home office or simply in the company on site - with SaaS.de, everyone can book quickly and easily via the smartphone app, the centrally installed time clock with PIN or RFID chip or on the computer.

The working times can be created individually for each employee or for a general group. A trust time profile is also possible, so that the employee can flexibly book the actual time worked.

The fact is: this judgement obliges every employer to record the times of all employees.

So why not do it in a simple yet convenient way?

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Federal Labour Court, decision of 13 September 2022 - 1 ABR 22/21


Created by Tagliarina Sabrina am 14.09.2022 um 10:59 Uhr