Time & Attendance

Why remote employees are feeling more isolated

Working remotely is a highly sought-after job perk. Having the flexibility to live and work where you please, regardless of corporate headquarters, often draws people to take one job over another.

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Time-fillers at work

A behavioural phenomenon is the reason why people rarely finish jobs in less time allocated to them or have more money at the end of the month, even after a pay rise.

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Time is money – and the labour law is clear on that


The Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA) sets the fundamental conditions of service for all employment situations, ranging from the domestic to, with variations, the industrial.

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When can employers impose short time?

Can an employer unilaterally impose short time on employees in circumstances of financial distress?

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Maternity leave that benefits all

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Employees who are on maternity leave can increase the workload for the rest of the division and in certain situations it is not viable to appoint a temporary employee.

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Automated system frees up managers to focus on strategy

The business case for computerised time & attendance systems is based on the fact that these systems allow businesses to use resources more effectively, increase levels of productivity and save money.

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